The Future of Secrets @ Northeastern School of Law

Are secrets uniquely human? Our private lives are mediated and recorded by digital devices. Where are our secrets now? How will intelligent systems of the future process the data we leave behind? What kind of relationships do we have with these systems, and why do we trust them with our most private information?
Boston, MA

When: Tuesday September 17, 2019

Time: 5 PM – 6:30 PM

Where: Dockser Hall Lobby, Northeastern University School of Law

Exhibition also open on Wednesday, September 18 from 9 am - 7 pm.

The Future of Secrets was produced in collaboration with Jessica Yurkofsky (creative technologist) and Rachel Kalmar (data scientist), and metaLAB at Harvard.

About CLIC’s Artist Residency:

This exhibition is part of CLIC’s ART (Art Resistance Technology) Artist Residency. The Residency is a year-long program that uses the arts to spark, provoke and foster conversations about the intersection of technology and innovation with civil rights, civil liberties and the public interest. More info here.