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Marco Carbone

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Archived Biography: When working at Berkman, Marco spent most of his working hours as a software developer for H2O, building the infrastructure for the project's next iteration. The rest of his time was spent administrating the web page of the Net Dialogue project. Prior to joining the Berkman Center, Marco was a graduate student in computer science at Harvard, studying artificial intelligence.  In 2003-04 he was a GK-12 NSF fellow, working part-time at the Cambridge public high school assisting a Physics teacher in the classroom and developing materials for the honor's program. Marco began law school in the fall of 2005.

Marco received a Master's degree from Harvard in 2003 and a Bachelor's from Tufts in 2001, both in computer science.