Amos Toh (@AmosToh) is senior researcher, artificial intelligence and human rights, at Human Rights Watch. He leads the organization’s efforts to document the impact of AI and other data-driven technologies on poverty and inequality. He previously served as the Katz Fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice’s Liberty and National Security Program.
Amos is co-author of Foreign Law Bans: Legal Uncertainties and Practical Problems, a joint report between the Brennan Center and the Center for American Progress about an anti-foreign law movement led by anti-Muslim hate groups. He was a NGO observer at the 9/11 pre-trial proceedings in Guantanamo Bay, and has contributed national security commentary to The Washington Post, The Guardian, Salon, and The Huffington Post.
Articles by this author:
How Digital Contact Tracing for COVID-19 Could Worsen Inequality
by Amos Toh and Deborah Brown
Jun 4th, 2020
Freedom of Expression and the Digital Access Industry: Five Key Takeaways
by David Kaye and Amos Toh
Jun 14th, 2017
The Hidden Costs of Alabama’s Anti-Foreign Law Measure
by Amos Toh
Dec 1st, 2014