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Berkman Klein community members share their research, passions, and musings in five minute Ignite Talks. Topics include the data economy in the European Union, maternal health around the world, youth and privacy online in Latin American, Ubuntu as an ethical framework for AI, collecting secrets, and more!

Data is Like Plastic by Elettra Bietti


Cashless Economy by John Collins



Just Say No to 'Just Say No' by Mariel Garcia-Montes


Public Health and Content Moderation by Daniel Dennis Jones

"Misinformation on social media about vaccines, self-harm, and infectious diseases results in real-world impacts. What are the obligations of platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to public health?"


Trust by Jasmine McNealy

"Trust is about relationships and beliefs about the behaviors of others. It breaks down when there's a failure to meet expectations."


"Sawubona" Ubuntu Ethics for AI by Sabelo Mhlambi


Things I Learned Collecting Secrets by S. Newman


Pineapples Will Cause Incontinence Forever / Maternal Health by Kathy Pham


Story of a River by Salome Viljoen



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Past Event
May 7, 2019
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM ET
Harvard Law School Wasserstein Hall
Milstein East C (Room 2036, Second Floor)
Cambridge, MA 02138 US

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