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This exhibit asks the audience to consider and evaluate the human cost of an increasingly automated world.
Russell Neuman will address practical issues of human-centered AI design as well as broader questions of privacy and public policy.
An introduction to the book Technology and the Public Interest by Haochen Sun followed by comments from several panelists.
Dr. Chao Mbogho will come speak with us about the future of responsible computing in Kenya by talking us through the history and current debates in the field.
Join us for a discussion among leaders in civic tech, ethics, advocacy, and journalism about how to reimagine the digital public square as a space where the public can…
This panel discussion will explore tools the EU’s new Digital Services Act will offer to international researchers to better understand online platforms’ content moderation…
A conversation presented by the University of Ottawa AI + Society Initiative and BKC, with the UOttawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society
Faith Majekolagbe, Michael Geist, and Ruth L. Okediji discuss copyright issues and recent developments regarding text and data mining.
Neil Postman, Chair, Department of Culture and Communication, New York University
Neil Postman, Author of Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology, presented "Six Questions Everyone Should Ask About Technology"
The Berkman Center concluded the academic year with an all-day strategic planning session on May 20, 1999: "Building a Digital Commons."
Dr. Sara Cobb, Executive Director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
Dr. Sara Cobb, Executive Director of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School talked about Building Online Environments for Inquiry, Engagement, and Community.
Karl Auerbach, Multimedia Network Architect at Cisco Systems and member of the California Bar.
Karl Auerbach discussed "Multimedia Networking, The Big Picture"
The Lessons from Woburn Project is a resource for anyone wishing to learn about A Civil Action and the case of Anne Anderson, et al., v. W.R. Grace & Co., et al..
The Lessons from Woburn Project is a resource for anyone wishing to learn about A Civil Action and the case of Anne Anderson, et al., v. W.R. Grace & Co., et al. This web site…
Will Tomorrow's Internet Resemble Today's? Changes in the Legal & Technical Architectures of Cyberspace
*Read the transcript of the session.* The Internet &…
The Second International Conference on Internet & Society took May 26-29, 1998 at Harvard Law School, and posed the question "Will the Net Inevitably Drive a Deeper Wedge Between…
Government Databanks and Identification
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How should we think about technology?
The mission of Digital China/Harvard is to build an internet-mediated educational channel with China.
The first Internet & Society Conference, hosted at Harvard University.