Surveillance

Evaluation

80,000 Hours rates surveillance a "potential highest priority area": an issue that, if more thoroughly examined, could rank as a top global challenge.[1]

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    80,000 Hours (2022) Our current list of pressing world problems, 80,000 Hours.

Segal, Aaron, Joan Feigenbaum & Bryan Ford (2016) Open, privacy-preserving protocols for lawful surveillance, working paper.arXiv:1607.03659.

BibliographyFurther reading

Christiano, Paul (2018) Surveil things, not people, The Sideways View, February 2.

Surveillance is the systematic monitoring of human activity for social protection or control.

Garfinkel, Ben (2018) The future of surveillance, Effective Altruism, October 12.

Segal, Aaron, Joan Feigenbaum & Bryan Ford (2016) Open, privacy-preserving protocols for lawful surveillance, working paper.

Trask, Andrew (2017) Safe crime detection, I am Trask, June 5.

Bibliography

Bostrom (2019) The Vulnerable World Hypothesis

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