É menino! É menina! Os riscos das tecnologias de análise facial para as identidades de gênero trans e não-binárias

Translated title of the contribution: It’s a boy! It’s a girl! The risks of facial analysis technologies for trans and non-binary gender identities

Paula Guedes Fernandes da Silva*

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Abstract

Seeking asylum presents itself as a surviving strategy to a part of the population in the 21st century globalization period due to political, social and economic crisis. In this regard, this paper aims to analyze if the Brazilian economic crisis discourse stimulates xenophobia towards refugees sheltered in Brazil. Therefore, this article is divided into two stages. Initially, the migratory context in the 21st century is exposed, followed by and explanation of the international and national legal support regarding the refugee issue. Then, the possibility of the economic discourse as a xenophobia stimulator was pointed out. The research is based on a bibliographic me-thodology, pure, qualitative, descriptive and exploratory, using a legislative and data analysis of the National Refugee Committee. Thus, it is concluded that the economic crisis discourse does promote xenophobic practices, and those behaviors must be effi-ciently combated to there by guarantee human rights to refugees in Brazil.
Translated title of the contributionIt’s a boy! It’s a girl! The risks of facial analysis technologies for trans and non-binary gender identities
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)217-238
Number of pages22
JournalDireito, Estado e Sociedade
Volume2022
Issue number60
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Keywords

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Facial recognition
  • Sensitive personal data
  • Trans and non-binary gender identity
  • Human rights
  • Regulation

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