Artificial Intelligence and Digital Rights Intern
Deadline: 6 September 2019, midnight CET
Global Pulse is seeking an intern to assist with ongoing projects on the intersection between artificial intelligence and human rights. The intern will conduct research and analysis of the impact of AI in public policies around human rights and ethics. They will also support drafting policies and guidelines, and organizing meetings and workshops with privacy, human rights and digital ethics experts. Click here to view the full vacancy and apply online. Please note that applications will only be accepted through the UNOPS Global Personnel Recruitment System.
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PULSE LAB KAMPALA INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME
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