We study the application of technologies based on the defense and prevention of human rights consisting of a preventive program supported by digital tools such as artificial intelligence, big data, machine learning, Blockchain, to improve the attention of service administration public and justice systems, in actions of humanitarian aid, natural disasters, food crises or epidemics, and even predict scales of violence or social upheavals.
This ethical-humanitarian facet of big data and artificial intelligence is one of the least explored, being much more common discussion about privacy and the use of data for commercial, economic, marketing or electoral purposes, cybersecurity or the mechanisms of international regulation of digital rights for recognition as human rights.
For this, it is essential to develop an ethical humanitarian facet of digital tools, in order to place the huge volume of data available, at the service of humanity, and the dignity that is common to each individual.