Margot Kaminski

Professor Kaminski Recognized With Provost's Faculty Achievement Award

Sept. 6, 2019

The University of Colorado Law School congratulates Associate Professor Margot Kaminski for receiving the Provost's Faculty Achievement Award for her work on artificial intelligence (AI), data privacy, and human decision making.

Margot Kaminski: The Legislation That Targets the Racist Impacts of Tech (The New York Times)

June 4, 2019

An oped by Margot Kaminski and Andrew D. Selbst: In the wake of recent revelations about biased algorithms, congressional Democrats have proposed a bill that would require large companies to determine whether the algorithms they’re using result in discrimination, and work to correct them if they do. The bill, called the Algorithmic Accountability Act and introduced last month by Senator Ron Wyden, Senator Cory Booker and Representative Yvette D. Clarke, is a good start, but it may not be robust enough to hold tech companies accountable.

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Explainable Artificial Intelligence: Can We Hold Machines Accountable? A Q&A with Professors Surden and Kaminski

April 29, 2019

Harry Surden and Margot Kaminski, associate professors at the University of Colorado Law School, are leaders in exploring the future of AI and how technologies using computer-based decision making offer major prospects for breakthroughs in the law—and how those decisions are regulated. They are organizing a May 3 conference titled "Explainable Artificial Intelligence: Can We Hold Machines Accountable?"

Margot Kaminski: What We Heard At The FTC Hearings: Days 20 And 21 (Law360)

April 19, 2019

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Kaminski Presents at FTC Hearing on Consumer Privacy

April 4, 2019

Associate Professor Margot Kaminski participated in a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hearing focused on the FTC’s approach to consumer privacy April 9-10, 2019. Kaminski spoke on a panel about current approaches to privacy and compare how various jurisdictions have enacted laws that address privacy risks, including federal law, European law (through the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR), and state laws—both enacted and proposed.

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Kaminski Delivers University of Tulsa's Judge Stephanie K. Seymour Distinguished Lecture in Law

March 12, 2019

Associate Professor Margot Kaminski delivered the 11th Annual Judge Stephanie K. Seymour Distinguished Lecture in Law, "Binary Governance: A Two-Part Approach to Accountable Algorithms," at the University of Tulsa College of Law on Feb. 21.

Margot Kaminski: Shadow Health Records Meet New Data Privacy Laws | American Association for the Advancement of Science

Feb. 1, 2019

Margot Kaminski coauthored an article in Science magazine about the ways in which some third parties have avoided data privacy laws, developing what they call “shadow health records”—collections of health data outside the health system that provide detailed pictures of individual health—that allow both innovative research and commercial targeting despite...

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Kaminski Speaks on Several Panels, Named to List of 'Brilliant Women in AI Ethics'

Oct. 31, 2018

Associate Professor Margot Kaminski spoke on a panel about how the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) affects U.S. businesses at an event hosted by the Privacy Foundation at the University of Denver Law School Oct. 26. On Nov. 9, she will share her expertise on a panel at...

Margot Kaminski: News Organizations Across the Nation Back Colorado Independent’s Open-Records Fight at US Supreme Court (The Colorado Independent)

Oct. 26, 2018

Margot Kaminski and Helen Norton: First Amendment News Special 200th Issue: 15 Women & Their Views on Free Speech (Concurring Opinions Blog)

Sept. 20, 2018