April 21, 2020 How to Continue: Contact Tracing and Privacy
Experts agree that getting our economy back online is dependent on several conditions, including widespread testing, continued social controls, and contact tracing. Many countries have implemented smartphone applications that can help detect exposure to known-infected individuals, but they often sacrifice privacy. How does contact tracing work, and is it possible to maintain a reasonable level of privacy?
Please join us for a special, live conversation with epidemiologist Dr. Lina Moses from Tulane University; Paul-Olivier Dehaye, mathematician, data privacy advocate and founder of PersonalData.io; and Greg Nadeau and John Werner from the Covid SafePaths team. Covid SafePaths is an open source, privacy-preserving, location tracking toolkit being developed by a team of volunteers utilizing MIT’s differential privacy technology, in addition to the new proximity detection APIs announced by Google and Apple.
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