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BKC Faculty Associate Susan Benesch provides recommendations for recognizing and countering hateful online speech.
Leah Plunkett writes about how algorithms can quickly become privacy violations.
BKC Faculty Director Jonathan Zittrain and BKC Affiliate Bruce Schneier contribute to the Carr Center's Making a Movement: The History and Future of Human Rights, a collection of…
Responsible AI Fellow Rumman Chowdhury discusses the worry that we are giving the keys to our society to a small group of companies that have shown they cannot be fully trusted.
Cyberlaw Clinical Instructor and Director of IfRFA Kendra Albert leads an amicus brief supporting free speech rights.
BKC Affiliate Bruce Schneier argues that AI is on track to reduce spying's current limiting factor: the need for human labor.
RSM Visiting Scholar Joseph Walther explains the social approval theory of online hate: that posters of hateful messages are motivated by the approval of like-minded individuals.
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On the Law and Political Economy Project blog, Salomé Viljoen, Ifeoma Ajunwa, and Elettra Bietti are among a group of scholars who provide initial reactions to President Biden's…
RSM Visiting Scholar David Craig writes about creators and the upcoming labor revolution
Maitreya Shah joins a Center for Democracy and Technology Panel on centering disability rights in discussions of AI policy.
BKC Affiliate Jack Cushman frames large language models (LLMs) as universal translators.
BKC Affiliate Maroussia Lévesque connects the recent OpenAI boardroom drama to a larger lurking problem: the tremendous concentration of power in the…
BKC Faculty Associate Larry Lessig interacts with ChatGPT, finding that it ChatGPT was both more forthright and more analytically astute about the tensions …
BKC Affiliate Jack Cushman discusses how libraries must innovate to emerging needs of the community.
RSM Visiting Scholar Anupam Chander, and Donara Aghanjani and Alyanna Apacible discuss the fraught dynamic between Congressional distrust of TikTok and TikTok's potential for…
BKC Faculty Associate Leah Plunkett discusses the difficulties parents face when raising children in the internet age.
BKC Affiliate Bruce Schneier discusses the complicated relationship between trust and AI and the need for building trustworthy AI.
RSM Visiting Scholar David Craig recounts how a tv show changed the history of Cold War and comments on how media can impact society now.
Molly White argues that Sam Bankman-Fried and the collapse of FTX exposed the greater fragility of cryptocurrency.
"The collapse of the FTX…
Faculty Director Jonathan Zittrain discusses AI regulation, moderating online communities, and the Applied Social Media Lab.