Assembly discussion explores new ways to mitigate challenges of disinformation
Assembly discussion explores new ways to mitigate challenges of disinformation More
2020 cohort convenes to launch new projects
2020 cohort convenes to launch new projects More
A study of Botometer's diagnostic ability over time
A study of Botometer's diagnostic ability over time More
A Letter from Health Researchers and BKC’s Urs Gasser
A Letter from Health Researchers and BKC’s Urs Gasser More
Takeaways from a special discussion with the Global Network of Internet & Society Centers (NoC)
Takeaways from a special discussion with the Global Network of Internet & Society Centers (NoC) More
BKC co-director Terry Fisher put together a must-read collection of resources
BKC co-director Terry Fisher put together a must-read collection of resources for transitioning to online teaching, based on his experience teaching CopyrightX and other online…
Kathy Pham discusses the shift from in-person to Zoom
So you’re interested in the Berkman Klein Center’s internship program, but aren’t sure what to expect? More
Kendra Albert shares their Cyberlaw Clinic story
17 technologists, managers, policymakers, and other professionals join us to confront disinformation in the digital public sphere from a cybersecurity perspective. More
Discussing Facebook’s Oversight Board
We asked members of Berkman Klein’s Misinformation Working Group their thoughts about misinformation and the virus.
Zenzele Best, Program Coordinator for Assembly: Disinformation, offers an inside look at the Assembly Student Fellowship.
We are seeking an experienced and dynamic Director of Communications
Talks and tutorials led by the Berkman Klein community
Engage with the Berkman Klein community at ACM FAT* 2020! More
Lead author Jessica Fjeld discusses new paper "Principled Artificial Intelligence: Mapping Consensus in Ethical and Rights-based Approaches to Principles for AI"
A Twitter Thread
As 2019 comes to a close, BKC is rounding up some of the exciting things that happened around the Center this year! More
Christopher Bavitz and Adam Holland joined an EU meeting to discuss the importance of data transparency in takedown regimes and key learnings from the Lumen Database. More
Applications Due January 31, 2020
The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is now accepting fellowship applications for the 2020-2021 academic year through our annual open call. More
Arcadia to support expansion of Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center Lumen Database
Arcadia to support the expansion of Lumen Database More
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