Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Amal is a senior advisor to the UN and the United Kingdom attorney general’s expert on public international law

The human rights lawyer, 41, specifically urged technologists to look at how they can solve world issues.



She discussed how facial recognition technology, for example, offers amazing benefits for society by governments who want to track dissidents.

 Amal is a senior advisor to the UN and the United Kingdom attorney general’s expert on public international law.
 SAP Ariba's website wrote that, she discussed her focus on 'humanitarian efforts and the responsibility of today’s organizations and business leaders to increase diversity in supply chains, ensure supply chains are free from slavery and child labour, as well as safeguard principles of transparency and sustainability.'

The site adds that Amal addressed how, 'in a world of constant change and disruption, business leaders can support global issues and still be transformational and impactful.'
 She recalled a meeting she had previously had with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on day one of the three-day event.

She said: 'Four years ago, my husband and I were at a meeting with Bill Gates, and Brad Smith [chief legal counsel at Microsoft] burst into the meeting and asked to speak to me.

'He said that if I needed a tech solution for any of the issues we were working on, Microsoft would help.'

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