Pre-Crime: It's Not Just Science Fiction Anymore
In Philip K. Dick’s 1956 “The Minority Report,” murder was eradicated due to the “Pre-Crime Division,” which anticipated and prevented crime before it happened. Sixty years later, elements of pre-crime cybersecurity technology are already in place. But how do we toe the line between safety and Big Brother? This panel will discuss the history of predictive analytics, privacy implications of monitoring and how AI/machine learning will shape society in the future.
Additional Supporting Materials
- What are the privacy implications for organizations that are using analytics to prevent cybercrime?
- What does pre-crime look like today?
- Looking to the future, what role with AI play in preventing cybercrime?
- Richard Ford, Chief Scientist, Forcepoint
- David Brin, Scientist, Futurist and Author, Self-Employed
- Joe Brown, Editor-in-Chief, Popular Science
- Jennifer Lynch, Senior Staff Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Virginia Satrom, Senior Public Relations Specialist, Forcepoint, Powered by Raytheon
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