This lecture will give an overview on how technology can help and is helping to prevent or mitigate mass atrocity crimes. It focuses on the work and research of the Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab (DMAP Lab) but will discuss other major projects as well. The goal is to inform the audience about ongoing efforts and spark their interest to help work at the intersection of technology and human rights.
This Talk was translated into multiple languages. The files available for download contain all languages as separate audio-tracks. Most desktop video players allow you to choose between them.
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