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Hogan Lovells Partner Engages in NY Times on Big Data and Inequality

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

07 August 2014
Writing for the New York Times “Room for Debate,” Christopher Wolf, Hogan Lovells partner and co-director of the firm’s global Privacy and Information Management group, focuses on the potential positive uses for Big Data, observing that “Big Data can also advance the interests of minorities and actually fight discrimination.”  Wolf cites examples such as Entelo Diversity, an employee recruiting platform that promises to diversify workplaces by using powerful algorithms to analyze public data and find qualified candidates who are also members of underrepresented classes.
Hogan Lovells Partner Engages in NY Times on Big Data and Inequality

In Is Big Data Spreading Inequality?, Wolf’s Times column is joined by contributions from academia, civil society, and businesses who each offer reflection on the future of Big Data’s impact on inequality.

HL Chronicle of Data Protection

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