The rapidly growing capabilities and increasing presence of AI-based systems in our lives raise pressing questions about the impact, governance, ethics, and accountability of these technologies around the world. Our work on the Ethics and Governance of AI seeks to help bridge the gap between principle to practice, through best practices, curriculum development, knowledge sharing, and other resources designed to help shape AI’s development in a way that advances the public good. Throughout the summer, interns will work closely with a team of faculty and staff at Berkman Klein to help develop resources to inform and support public and private sector decisionmakers. The types of work interns may assist with could include: creating educational and informational resources for decisionmakers; writing and editing including case studies about public and private sector organizations’ uses of AI technologies; and exploring issues and challenges pertaining to global governance and inclusion, digital transformation, and media manipulation in order to translate academic findings into useful information for policy makers and additional stakeholders. Candidates for this position should be eager to work across a variety of different disciplines. For more information about our work, see this recent post and https://cyber.harvard.edu/topics/ethics-and-governance-ai.