Hannah Sloan, Author at IoT For All

Hannah Sloan

Staff Writer, IoT For All

Hannah is a Staff Writer at IoT For All and a 2018 Venture for America Fellow. She studied Economics at UNC-Chapel Hill, and on a good day, you can find her hiking, drawing, and thinking about the sociopolitical implications of IoT adoption.

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Human Rights and IoT: The Machine and the Agent

As IoT systems take on more power to affect (and potentially harm) the world around them, the need for a “programmable morality” only grows stronger.
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Human Rights and IoT: Tracking Violations and Improving Protections

When physical systems are connected to the Internet, there’s also more opportunity to record, document, and verify human rights violations.
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Human Rights and IoT: The Right to Privacy

Privacy is a human rights issue. IoT and AI have major privacy concerns. Used responsibly, however, these technologies could even support the right to privacy.
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Human Rights and IoT: The Right to Fair and Decent Work

IoT, Machine Learning, and the growth of Artificial Intelligence will continue to transform our world, bringing with them great promise and great risk. These technologies elevate the possibilities...
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What is the Programmable Economy?

Technological innovation has been both the driver and beneficiary of changes in the economy throughout most of human history. Technologies deeply influence how we interact with our world and with ...