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Susan Benesch and Catherine Buerger use the context of fentanyl and border crossings to explain the dangers of combining facts, lies, and emotional language.
Madhavi Sunder reviews Who Owns This Sentence?, which weaves through the history of copyright and grapples with key current issues.
Apryl Williams describes dating app algorithms as a reinforcer of longstanding racial biases that privilege whiteness and deprioritize matching women of color.
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Professors Finale Doshi-Velez and Elena Glassman, with assistance from the Cyberlaw Clinic, submitted an administrative comment on AI to the National Institute of Standards and…
BKC Affiliate Kathy Pham draws on her own experience enrolling her children in summer camp to shed light on AI's current shortcomings: despite the hype, AI is not well equipped to…
BKC Faculty Associate Alicia Solow-Niederman analyzes real world examples of standards to show an inconvenient truth: that standards are neither objective nor neutral.
BKC Affiliate Kathy Pham argues that Large Language Models and other AI systems will only reach their full potential when a broader set of people build them.
BKC Affiliate Tunde Okunoye contemplates what investment in digital identification projects in Africa may achieve—and who they may benefit.
BKC Affiliate Ashley Lee and Victoria Hsieh discuss the future of ethics as a component of education on AI.
RSM Visiting Scholar Anupam Chander argues that authoritarians might well exploit various mechanisms in the DSA to enlarge their control over the dissemination of information, and…
BKC Faculty Associate Jabari Evans welcomes RSM Visiting Scholar David Craig to his podcast to discuss the implications of race, class, and gender in the burgeoning field of…
Rebecca Tushnet comments on the Copyright Office's involvement in the determination of where AI fits into intellectual property laws.
Bruce Schneier writes about the CFPB's proposed data rules and its benefits.
Ethan Zuckerman writes about social media getting smaller, allowing for more people to connect, but also more extremism to arise.
Aviv Ovadya speaks to The Washington Post about AI and the 2024 elections across the country.
Clinical Instructor Alejandra Caraballo comments on the decreasing availability of gender-affirming care for minors.
Bruce Schneier co-authors a piece in The Atlantic discussing human interactions and the impacts of AI on them.
BKC Faculty Associate Nishant Shah offers accounts of two moments in computational history to reframe conversations around generative AI.
Zahra Takhshid makes an argument for mandating “privacy frictions” in wearable technology.
Clinical Instructor Alejandra Caraballo discusses the Meta Oversight Board's finding that Meta has failed to protect LGBTQ people online.