AI Forensics is a non-profit organization which promotes and defends fundamental rights impacted by rise of artificial intelligence.
Its main means of action are to:
AI Forensics hosts several projects, including:
Tracking.Exposed: A a free-software tool-suite which enables independent data-driven investigations into the search and recommendation engines of Amazon, YouTube, Facebook, PornHub and soon TikTok.
All the code produced by the organization is made available as free-software.
AI Forensics is governed collegially by four co-directors:
Claudio Agosti is a privacy-activist pioneer, with 20-years experience building free-software. He is the founder of Tracking Exposed.
Marc Faddoul is a transdiciplinary technologist. Data Scientist by training, he carried social media research at UC Berkeley and Facebook AI.
Adrien Basdevant is an attorney-at-law, member of the Paris bar and of the French Digital Council. He is the author of 'The Empire of Data'.
Primavera de Filippi is a legal scholar and blockchain expert, permanent researcher at the CNRS and Faculty Associate at the Harvard University Berkman Center.
AI Forensics is powered by a talented and motivated team which contributes their skills accross the various projects: