Elizabeth M. Renieris
Elizabeth M. Renieris is a senior research associate at Oxford’s Institute for Ethics in AI and the founder and CEO of Hackylawyer, a law and policy consultancy. As a data protection and privacy expert (CIPP/E, CIPP/US) focused on data governance as well as the ethical and human rights implications of digital identity, AI, blockchain, and other emerging technologies, she has advised the World Bank, U.S. House of Representatives, U.K. Parliament, European Commission, and a variety of international organizations and prominent technology companies on these subjects.
A former fellow at Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab, Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, and Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Renieris is the author of Beyond Data: Reclaiming Human Rights at the Dawn of the Metaverse (MIT Press, 2023). She holds an LLM from the London School of Economics, JD from Vanderbilt University, and AB from Harvard College.
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Elizabeth Renieris at MIT SMR
Corporate Social Responsibility
Should Organizations Link Responsible AI and Corporate Social Responsibility? It’s Complicated.
A panel of experts weighs in on whether responsible AI should be connected to corporate social responsibility efforts.
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Boards & Corporate Governance
Why Top Management Should Focus on Responsible AI
A panel of AI experts weighs in on whether responsible AI should be at the top of leaders’ management agendas.
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Starting Now On Technology Ethics: Elizabeth Renieris
Elizabeth Renieris of the Notre Dame-IBM Technology Ethics Lab discusses how businesses can responsibly govern AI projects.