Thursday 23 January 2020
Grande Halle
Stiftung Neue Verantwortung

Panel Description

Intelligence agencies are constantly on the move to deploy cutting-edge technology in their daily operations. Oversight bodies far less so. Against the backdrop of modern surveillance technology converging across different branches of government, the panel will debate whether, and how, the adaptation of new supervisory technology could revolutionize intelligence oversight. The audience will learn how oversight bodies are now experimenting with new review mechanisms and control instruments driven by automation and big data analytics. The panelists will bring their different perspectives to bear when debating options for more tech-enabled intelligence oversight. This will include reflection on the use of artificial intelligence in supervisory technology as a means to close growing information asymmetries and to ensure greater legitimacy of modern intelligence governance. The panel will discuss:

Tech-enabled intelligence oversight
Supervisory technology
Automated oversight
Human-technology interface in actual inspections


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