This collaboration is an important opportunity to ensure that artificial intelligence and machine learning are developed in ways that enhance, rather than threaten, human rights and civil liberties. We are pleased to have a seat at the table alongside leaders of science and industry, who will shape not only the future of AI, but the future of human society. The ACLU of Massachusetts is proud of our long legacy defending and expanding core civil rights and civil liberties, and we stand ready to champion these core values in the brave new world of intelligent machines. Together, we can ensure that scientific and industry leaders who are coding the future do so in ways that promote equality, justice, and freedom for all people.

Carol Rose is the Executive Director of the ACLU of Massachusetts (www.aclum.org), a nonpartisan organization with over 35,000 members and supporters in Massachusetts (more than 800,000 nationwide) that uses litigation, legislation, media, and organizing to promote civil rights and defend civil liberties.

In 2013, Rose launched the ACLU of Massachusetts’ “Technology for Liberty” project, focusing on the civil liberties implications and promise of new technology. Under Rose’s leadership, the Technology for Liberty project has won significant legal victories, such as strengthening the warrant requirements for government agents seeking to access to digital information, challenging government secret surveillance of political activists, defending the right of people to record the police, and challenging the government’s secret use of the “All Writs Act” against technology companies. In 2015, the Technology for Liberty project was recognized as a leader in the law and technology space when the Ford Foundation and Mozilla selected the ACLU of Massachusetts as a host organization for a groundbreaking program that places technologists from around the world in human rights organizations. Rose is a frequent speaker on technology and civil liberties issues, including the 2014 White House conference on big data privacy at MIT and the 2016 Forum on Data Privacy hosted by the Internet Policy Research Initiative at MIT.

She is a graduate of Stanford University (BSc 1983), the London School of Economics (MSc 1985), and Harvard Law School (JD 1996).

Angela Glover Blackwell

PolicyLink

Joaquin Quiñonero Candela

Facebook

Greg S. Corrado

google

Rebecca Finlay

PAI

Jason Furman

HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL (HKS)

Prof Thore Graepel

DeepMind

Jerremy Holland

Apple

Eric Horvitz

MICROSOFT

Ayanna Howard

The Ohio State University

Prem Natarajan

Amazon

Carol Rose

ACLU

Francesca Rossi

IBM

Eric Sears

JOHN D. AND CATHERINE T. MACARTHUR FOUNDATION

STAFF icon-arrow-right-2

McKane Andrus

Senior Research Associate

Lauren Baldwin

Head of Operations

Stephanie Bell

Research Fellow

Jeffrey Brown

Diversity and Inclusion Research Fellow

Jiyoo Chang

Research Fellow

Andrea Cross

Director of Content and Communications

Christine Custis

Head of ABOUT ML and Fairness, Transparency, and Accountability

Caitlin Dally

Head of Philanthropic Partnerships

Rebecca Finlay

Acting Executive Director

Samir Goswami

Chief Operating Officer

Hudson Hongo

Writer/Editor

Dawn Janssen

Executive Assistant and Board Administrator

Sonam Jindal

Program Lead for AI, Labor and the Economy

Surya Karunagaran

Research Fellow

Katya Klinova

Head of AI, Labor, and the Economy

Claire Leibowicz

Lead of AI and Media Integrity

Sheila Leunig

General Counsel

Cynthia Michel

Human Resources Lead

Saayeli Mukherji

Head of Business Development

Tina M. Park

Methods for Inclusion Research Fellow

Joshua Pikus

Communications and Events Coordinator

Sasha Ramsaw

Head of Human Resources

Adam Schetky

Operations Lead

Madhulika Srikumar

Program Lead for Safety Critical AI

Sarah Villeneuve

Program Lead for ABOUT ML and Fairness, Transparency, and Accountability

YOU?

We're hiring

Learn More