Hardwired bias: how data-driven policing exacerbates racial discrimination

New report by the European Network Against Racism shows ostensibly neutral police tools could disproportionately impact and further disadvantage racialised communities.

Predictive policing: positivism is not enough to rule our complex world

The key concern with artificial intelligence is not (only) its potency but its inability to seek justice.

A simple yet existential demand: let oversight bodies work together

A veteran’s perspective on European intelligence oversight: where it’s been, where it’s going, and why we need to internationalise it.

Augmentation as artifice: a Palantir look at AI

How the big data analytics company focuses on supporting rather than displacing human decision-making.

FRAgile liberty: why we brought Sweden before the Strasbourg court

One of the counsels for the applicant in Centrum för Rättvisa v. Sweden at the European Court of Human Rights explains the case against the Swedish bulk collection regime and what the pending judgment means for civil liberties in the digital age for all of Europe.

GCHQ embraces AI, but not as a black box

AI can augment human creativity and help keep societies safe, but only if issues of bias and transparency are adequately addressed.

A healthy thing for democracy: how my office engages with civil society

The former Inspector-General of Intelligence & Security of New Zealand on her experience with setting up a civil society focus group.

Enhance & internationalise the oversight mandate

Intelligence oversight needs stronger regulatory support to effectively monitor increasingly international intelligence practice.

Why we’re launching about:intel

Editors-in-Chief Thorsten Wetzling and Eric Kind explain why we started about:intel and what we are trying to achieve with it.