Hannah Bloch-Wehba is an associate professor of Law at Texas A&M University School of Law who teaches and writes on law and technology. Her scholarship primarily focuses on free expression, privacy, and government accountability. Her interests include transparency and accountability for law enforcement, public access to information, and the use of new technologies in government decision making. She is also an affiliated fellow at Yale Law School’s Information Society Project, an affiliated scholar at NYU School of Law’s Policing Project, and a fellow at the Center for Democracy & Technology.
Writings & Appearances
Essays and Scholarship
Transparency’s AI Problem
Artificial intelligence’s opaque processes and outcomes make it an incomplete tool for governing