This summer six students from around the world remotely worked on the development of open source projects with mentorship from members of the Berkman Klein community through the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program.
featuring Harvard's Cynthia Dwork, Christopher L. Griffin, Margo I. Seltzer, and Jonathan L. Zittrain in conversation with Professor Chris Bavitz
The municipally owned fiber-optic network of Ammon, Idaho provides one model for U.S. public entities and policymakers seeking to increase service competition and innovation.
Workshop Paper & Research Agenda
The Role of Telcos, ISPs, & Technology Companies in Expanding Global Internet Access
featuring Grace Mutung'u, the 2016/17 OTF Information Controls Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center
Do we already have the necessary trust in AI, and if not, how do we create it?
Researching Social Media, Online Platforms, and Algorithmic Systems From the Outside
The Bad News About Online Discrimination in Algorithmic Systems
The Berkman Klein Center summer internship program is a cohesive, integrated experience that brings together students from around the world to work closely with faculty, staff, and fellows on a wide range of projects and initiatives related to the internet and society.