IILJ Colloquium: Digital and Algorithmic Border Control

IILJ Colloquium: Digital and Algorithmic Border Control

As part of the NYU IILJ Colloquium in Fall 2021 on Infrastructure, Rights, and Regulation, Dimitri, presented his work on ‘Digital and Algorithmic Border Control’. This talk engaged with the myriad ways in which new forms of data analysis and artificial intelligence impact practices of border control and security governance more broadly. The colloquium is part of a broader project at NYU School of Law to investigate different modes of ‘infrastructure as regulation’ (InfraReg). Other speakers in the series were Alejandro Rodiles, Nahuel Maisley and Amba Kak.