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Technology and Human Rights

Learn more about how human rights-centred design and deployment must be at the heart of all technology. 

Meet the Commissioner

Lorraine Finlay

Lorraine's most recent roles have been as the Senior Human Trafficking Specialist with the Australian Mission to ASEAN and as a law lecturer at Murdoch University. In her academic role, Lorraine has lectured in criminal law, constitutional law and international human rights, and has been recognised with several national and university awards for her teaching and research.

Before moving to academia, Lorraine worked as a State Prosecutor with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (WA) and as a Judges' Associate at the High Court of Australia. Lorraine holds a dual Masters in Law from New York University and the National University of Singapore.

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Adopting AI in Australia

Learn more about how Australia can adopt artificial intelligence safely and with respect for human rights.

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Neurotechnology and Human Rights

Learn more about the Australian Human Rights Commission's project on the human rights risks associated with neurotechnology.