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BKC Affiliate Molly White discusses her blog, Web3 Is Going Just Great, that tracks crypto scams and hacks.
BKC Responsible AI Fellow Rumman Chowdhury is interviewed about bridging the gap between people and technology.
Jabari Evans talks with Incoming RSM Fellow Meredith Clark about media, journalism, and Black community.
BKC Affiliate Bruce Schneier discusses the practical considerations of Montana's TikTok ban.
BKC Faculty Associate Judith Donath discusses metaphors for the internet.
Tweets by Rebooting Social Media Visiting Scholar Kate Klonick are referenced in a discussion of Gonzalez v. Google and Twitter v. Taamneh.
BKC Affiliate Joseph Bak-Coleman, BKC Director James Mickens, and BKC Faculty Associate Zeynep Tufekci write to advocate for an intergovernmental panel to synthesize the evidence…
Elisabeth Sylvan and Armando Guio Español propose measures to help governments in Latin America respond to generative AI...
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BKC Faculty Associate Ifeoma Ajunwa writes about how algorithms can exacerbate employment discrimination.
BKC Affiliate Siva Mathiyazhagan writes about the need to eradicate caste and to build a safe, inclusive, just digital India.
BKC Affiliate Bruce Schneier delivers a keynote speech during the RSA Conference in San Francisco on April 25, 2023 about the risks and promise of AI for democracy.
BKC Responsible AI Fellow Rumman Chowdhury discusses ideas for regulating AI with KQED.
BKC Affiliates Nathan Sanders and Bruce Schneier write about the trustworthiness of AI technologies and their corporate owners.
Rebooting Social Media Visiting Scholar and BKC Faculty Associate David Nemer discusses Google's lobbying against a Brazilian bill aimed at curbing the spread of “fake news.”
BKC Affiliates Nathan Sanders and Bruce Schneier write about how AI will change the nature of campaigning.
Rest of World reports on analysis of Twitter's compliance with government orders for censorship or surveillance using data from BKC's Lumen database.
The career of Jonathan Zittrain is profiled by IEEE Spectrum.
BKC Affiliates Nathan Sanders and Bruce Schneier write about AI's potential to advance the public good by helping democracy.
Jonathan Zittrain comments on BKC's Institute for Rebooting Social Media and its projects creating and experimenting with new social networks.
Clinical instructor at the Cyberlaw Clinic Kendra Albert discusses how an internet that is safe for sex workers is an internet that is safer for everyone.