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US Discussion Day: Creating ethical use of biometrics to build public trust
Embassy of Australia, Washington DC (In-person conference)
22 June 2022
ABOUT THE EVENT
The Biometrics Institute community believes in the merit of responsible and ethical use of biometric technology. Some real world examples of irresponsible or unethical use of the technology do exist, however, and have the potential to erode public trust in biometrics.
We have a wealth of experience within our network which we draw on to share information and guidance – this is exactly what we will do on the 22 June as we consider what sorts of biometric usages might be both practical and problematic in future.
WHY THIS DISCUSSION IS CRITICAL
- Biometric programmes continue to expand
- But not all are being implemented with due diligence
- As a result we have seen erosion of public trust and oversight bodies increase calls to ban biometrics
- There are tools to help address this challenge
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
The event, kindly hosted by the Embassy of Australia, will consists of short presentations, a roundtable discussion followed by industry perspectives addressing the following topics:
- How can we build public trust in biometrics?
- Public perception and perspectives on biometrics and challenges our industry if facing
- Why testing is important?
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Key stakeholder groups
Member User USD 400
Member Supplier USD 625
Non Member User USD 625
Non Member Supplier USD 1,250
To register, please complete the registration form below.
We have a number of guest tickets available for regulators, congressional staffers and non-profit organisations. Please contact us to request one of these seats.
Thank you to our confirmed viewpoint sponsors: iProov, Aware, FaceTec and Pangiam all are members of the Biometrics Institute and will share their thoughts on public perception, perspectives on biometrics and challenges facing our industry.
For information on membership and sponsorship please email Michelle.
If you have any questions or want to know about speaking opportunities please email Michelle.
The health and safety of our guests and team members is our top priority. We continue to monitor government advice about COVID-19 precautions and current legislation.
To attend the event, the venue requires proof of vaccination and form of ID for security screenings on arrival. Please note that we cannot allow attendees to participate in the event if they cannot provide this proof.
Mouth-nose protection is strongly recommended at the venue. Face coverings can be removed when you are drinking or eating or presenting at the event. In the interest of everyone’s safety, please also refrain from attending if you feel unwell, have COVID-19 symptoms or have had close contact with someone with a recent positive COVID-19 result.