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An inside look at the work of the 2021 Assembly Fellows on Disinformation, Privacy, and Ethical AI
A book talk with Ethan Zuckerman and Martha Minow
Author and digital communities scholar Ethan Zuckerman, in conversation with Martha Minow, discusses his new book on mistrust in American and global institutions and its…
Featuring Ofunmilayo Arewa, Thomas Streinz, Jacquelene Mwangi, and Padmashree Gehl Sampath
Ofunmilayo Arewa and Thomas Streinz join Jacquelene Mwangi and Padmashree Gehl Sampath as they discuss the political economy of digital development in sub-Saharan Africa.
A New Digital Humanism
Anasuya Sengupta, Sabelo Mhlambi, Andrew Zolli, and Aarathi Krishnan discuss if humanitarian actors can play a more intentional role in designing just and equitable digital futures
INTRODUCING AN INTERDISCIPLINARY POP-UP INSTITUTE
The Edgelands Institute is an interdisciplinary pop-up institute to redraw our social contract in our era of mass-urbanization, surveillance, pandemics, and other emergencies,…
Video & Podcast: Integrity Design Approaches To Challenging Digital Community Problems
Video & Podcast: Two former tech insiders turned public advocates discuss ways that platforms can mitigate all kinds of harms, without creating the moral and practical problems…
Video & Podcast: Featuring Zahra Stardust, Gabriella Garcia, Chibundo Egwuatu, Yin Q
Video & Podcast: A panel discussion about what the Internet might look like if it was designed by sex workers and how we might code sex worker ethics into future design.
Introducing an interdisciplinary pop-up institute
Video & Podcast: Pandemic Invisibilities, Policies and Resistance in the Datafied Society
Video & Podcast: Exploring the pandemic from the perspective of communities and individuals at the margins in the Global South and beyond
Video & Podcast: A Seminar for State & Local Leaders
Video & Podcast: Learning From our Past to Build a Better Future
Video & Podcast: A discussion on what today's builders should consider in the next iteration of the web.
Video & Podcast: Featuring Allissa Richardson, Nana Mgbechikwere Nwachukwu, and Hannane Ferdjani
Video & Podcast: A panel exploring how Black people around the world are using digital technology to bear witness to human rights injustices—from the Black Lives Matter movement,…
The Bridge: How Does Your Scholarship/Work Live In This World?
Privacy Praxis is an annual conference bringing together scholars, practitioners, representatives, and advocates from a variety of disciplines to discuss and develop privacy…
Video & Podcast: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic and Considerations for Future State Responses
Video & Podcast: Join Dr. Margaret Bourdeaux, Dr. Linda Bilmes, and Dr. Syra Madad for a session exploring the economic costs of supported isolation during the pandemic for state…
Domestic and Global Problems
Join Dr. Margaret Bourdeaux, Professor Jonathan Zittrain and Dr. Vanessa Kerry as they discuss vaccine roll-out and the impact of new COVID strains from both a domestic and global…
Video & Podcast: Is there a vaccine for our pandemic?
Video & Podcast: Experts from multiple disciplines discuss how technology and online public spaces help (and hurt) violence victims amid COVID-19 policies and realities
Video & Podcast: A Conversation with Dr. Apryl A. Williams and Dr. Allissa V. Richardson
Video & Podcast: Dr. Apryl A. Williams and Dr. Allissa V. Richardson will address the long-standing history of White vigilante-style surveillance of Black people in public spaces
Video & Podcast: Featuring Jonathan Zittrain, Margaret Bourdeaux, and Renée DiResta
Video & Podcast: Reflecting on 2020, the year ahead, and vaccine disinformation that has been proliferating online
Video & Podcast: A Conversation with Khaled Beydoun and Justin Hansford
Video & Podcast: Professors Khaled Beydoun and Justin Hansford join IfRFA Director Kendra Albert for a discussion of the way in which First Amendment work could better engage with…
Video & Podcast: Investigating how public health officials can collect and utilize large amounts of data responsibly
Video & Podcast: Investigating how public health officials can collect and utilize vast sums of data responsibly
Video & Podcast: How environmental injustice and racism have contributed to the disproportionate impact of the pandemic
Video & Podcast: Producing Moral and Technical Order in a Time of Pandemonium
Video & Podcast: Misinformation-at-scale is now a feature of most major social media platforms, what can be done to mitigate its effects on the public?
Video & Podcast: How asymmetrically polarized media in the United States shape political discourse