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Rumman Chowdhury writes about her time at Twitter as the engineering director of the META team...

This exhibit asks the audience to consider and evaluate the human cost of an increasingly automated world.


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MIT Technology Review

How AI could write our laws

BKC Affiliates Nathan Sanders and Bruce Schneier write about the potential influence of ChatGPT and generative AI on…

Mar 14, 2023
United Nations OHCHR

Stories on racial justice give power of memory to the slain

BKC affiliate Leonard Cortana was profiled by United Nations Human Rights for his work in human rights.

Mar 10, 2023
Harvard Law Review Blog

The Amendment the Court Forgot in Twitter v. Taamneh

BKC Faculty Associate Evelyn Douek co-writes about the importance of Twitter v Taamneh and its free speech ramification…

Mar 1, 2023

On AI-Generated Works, Artists, and Intellectual Property

BKC Affiliate Ryan Merkley writes about the relationship between generative AI, art, and intellectual property law.

Feb 28, 2023

Platforms Are Fighting Online Abuse—but Not the Right Kind

BKC Responsible AI Fellow Rumman Chowdhury co-writes a piece on the shortfalls of platforms fighting online abuse.

Feb 28, 2023
Nelson Mandela Foundation News

Teaching the legacy of Dulcie September and other assassinated anti-racist figures of resistance as poetry for collective liberation

"They erased Dulcie September, who remained a name in schools, streets, and cultural centers but nothing about her…

Feb 22, 2023
The Atlantic

I Watched Elon Musk Kill Twitter’s Culture From the Inside

Rumman Chowdhury writes about her time at Twitter as the engineering director of the META team...

Feb 17, 2023

Can ‘we the people’ keep AI in check?

"Emad [CEO] at Stability [AI, the open-source AI company,] says he’s ‘democratizing AI.’ Well, wouldn’t it be…

Feb 17, 2023

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Advancing Platform Research through the EU Digital Services Act

This panel discussion will explore tools the EU’s new Digital Services Act will offer to international researchers to…

Digital Public Spaces for a Healthy Democracy: goals, values & aspirations

Join us for a discussion among leaders in civic tech, ethics, advocacy, and journalism about how to reimagine the…

Teaching Computer Science in Kenya for Global Competitiveness

Dr. Chao Mbogho will come speak with us about the future of responsible computing in Kenya by talking us through the…

Technology and the Public Interest

An introduction to the book Technology and the Public Interest by Haochen Sun followed by comments from several…

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BKC Policy Practice: Artificial Intelligence

The BKC Policy Practice on Artificial Intelligence (BKC PP: AI) is a public interest-oriented program that helps…

Fellowship Program

The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society welcomes an interdisciplinary and diverse community of academics and…

The Institute for Rebooting Social Media

The Institute for Rebooting Social Media is a three-year "pop-up" initiative that will address the biggest questions in…

Initiative for a Representative First Amendment

IfRFA is a shared program between the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and the Cyberlaw Clinic.

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Digital Identity in Times of Crisis

Global cohort of early-career scholars and practitioners explores the ethical and human rights considerations of…

Harvard Open Access Project

The Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP) fosters the growth of open access to research, within Harvard and beyond.

Youth and Media

Youth and Media (YaM) encompasses an array of research, advocacy, and development initiatives around youth (age 12-18)…

Network of Interdisciplinary Internet & Society Research Centers

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