a spotlight on one of our 2018-2019 BKC Fellows
Amy Zhang's research focuses on human computer interaction, social computing, and the development of tools to improve discussions online. More
Yomna Nasser is Berkman Klein Fellow interested in the fields of cryptography, math, programming, and art. More
Padmashree Gehl Sampath is an international expert on trade, innovation and development issues. More
The Guardian celebrates some of our research as the most important of the year. More
Professor Jonathan Zittrain discusses the social media giant’s ‘long year’ with Facebook's head of global policy management Monika Bickert.
A Workshop on Mapping Innovation Ecosystems
What we learned about social innovation in Norway, how to map local innovation ecosystems and the challenges and opportunities that Norwegian social entrepreneurs confront.
Minow is a world-renowned champion of human rights, advocacy, and global justice
Minow’s work as a scholar and leader strengthens the Board’s interdisciplinary focus and brings invaluable insight and wisdom to the Center’s mission, work, and inclusive… More
We're excited to share the 66 finalists who are vying for a share of the $750,000 to address specific problems at the intersection of AI and the news More
Sabelo Mhlambi's research goal is to improve societies, particularly ones in which there is a history of human rights abuses, through accessible and secure methods of… More
In November 2018, 10 organizations attended the closed-door Workshop on AI and Ethics at the Berkman Klein Center, jointly hosted with the MIT Media Lab and Princeton… More
Berkman Klein Fellow Jim Lucchesse shares his vision for a more accountable and collaborative future for music technology More
Fellow Hyunjin Seo is working on a project titled “Collective Action in the Digital Age: A Multilevel Approach.” More
After talking with Titi Akinsanmi, it’s hard to resist getting swept away by her passion, excitement and deep-rooted optimism regarding her work and the interconnected,… More
the Berkman Klein Community joins the Internet Governance Forum 2018
Our community of staff, fellows, and affiliates lead numerous sessions at the Internet Governance Forum More
Learn more and apply!
The Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is now accepting fellowship applications for the 2019-2020 academic year through our annual open call More
40 million pages of U.S. court decisions made available free and in-full online for the first time
On the importance of thinking about both the human rights implications and the ethics of AI.
Profiling six areas where current deployments of artificial intelligence are having an impact on human rights
Have an idea for using AI to stop bad actors, empower journalism, govern platforms or to reimagine news? Apply for an AI and the News Open Challenge grant to work on the product. More
Announcing a major upgrade to TagTeam, our open-source tagging platform More
Subscribe to our email list for the latest news, information, and commentary from the Berkman Klein Center and our community.