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CRAFT
March
5
14:00
17:00
UTC
Add to Calendar 3/5/21 14:00 3/5/21 17:00 UTC There's an App for That: How Can Digital Content Tracing Apps Promote Fair, Inclusive and Just Health Technologies? Check out this CRAFT on the FAccT Hub. https://2021.facctconference.org/craft/theres-an-app-for-that-how-can-digital-content-tracing-apps-promote-fair-inclusive-and-just-health-technologies
All CRAFT are at capacity and we are no longer accepting waitlist entries. Passwords for CRAFT Zoom Session have been sent out via email.
Track One

There's an App for That: How Can Digital Content Tracing Apps Promote Fair, Inclusive and Just Health Technologies?

Dr Richard A. McKay, Alexa Hagerty, Alexandra Albert, Stephanie Hare, Yewande Okuleye, Andrew Trathen, Hattan Sallam, Zoe Tyndall
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Abstract

This session brings together local public health leaders, community members, and academic researchers. Together, we will explore how digital contact-tracing apps are inextricably linked with a range of other factors, explain what local pandemic-response technologies are being developed on the ground, and consider what the London Borough of Hackney's experiences with COVID-19 contact tracing can teach us about fair, inclusive, and just health technologies more generally.