Justin Sherman is a senior at Duke University, a Fellow at the Duke Center on Law & Technology at Duke University's School of Law, and a Cybersecurity Policy Fellow at New America. He is the Co-Founder and President of Ethical Tech (https://ethicaltech.duke.edu/), Duke's nonpartisan student-faculty initiative focusing on research, education, and policy development on issues of ethics and technology. His writing has been published by a variety of popular and academic outlets, including The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, WIRED, and the Council on Foreign Relations.

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Developing socially responsible approaches to artificial intelligence requires transparent and inclusive education about algorithmic systems.
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There is significant potential for abuse when privacy protections in open data are insufficient or nonexistent.
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Here's how open source technology can help address the problem.