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Jonathan Zittrain and Deb Roy will teach a seminar on the design of digital media at Harvard Law School in Fall 2021.
Woodrow Hartzog has a conversation about the impact of President Biden's new executive order.
Nani Jansen Reventlow explains the dangers of automating government services
Nani Jansen Reventlow
Will Marks explains why NFTs are so appealing — and so confusing — to many internet users.
Hilary Ross calls for the expansion of public media to combat disinformation.
Martha Minow and evelyn douek share how the decline of local news hurts democracy.
Apryl Williams shares the ways in which race underlies much of online life.
Apryl A. Williams
Jonathan Zittrain shares the ways humanity’s knowledge can change or disappear without warning on the Internet
Jessica Fjeld describes the increasing relevance of AI in our lives and reflects on the importance of self-compassion.
Woodrow Hartzog shares his "theory of fault" for autonomous system failures
Julie Owono shares challenges of maintaining freedom of expression on the internet.
Elizabeth Renieris is interviewed about her work in AI ethics.
Micaela Mantegna comments on NFTs and the economy of the "Metaverse."
Samer Hassan shows how blockchain technology can create collaborative economies.
Jonathan Zittrain testifies before a Senate subcommittee about the Internet of Things.
Joan Donavan and Yochai Benkler share insights on the causes and effects of disinformation
Jonas Kaiser and colleague evaluate the impact of deplatforming
Sandra Wachter weighs in on the ethical implications of a computer tracking workers’ emotions.
Ben Green opines that people may put too much faith in human oversight of AI.
The Harvard Law Bulletin showcases work from members of the Berkman Klein community on mis- and disinformation and the Center’s projects and programs that produce it.