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Adam Nagy is a Project Coordinator at Harvard Law School's Cyberlaw Clinic, based at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. His work supports the development of new tools, forums, and research within the Algorithms and Justice track of the Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence Initiative. These efforts include the Risk Assessment Tools Database and the AGTech Forum.

Before joining Berkman, Adam was a Foreign Policy Fellow at Human Rights First, where he worked on issues related to the rise of disinformation and harmful speech online, and separately, on the implementation of corruption and human rights abuse related sanctions.

Adam graduated from Tufts University in 2015 with a B.A. in International Relations, Political Science, and Environmental Studies and is currently completing his M.A. thesis in Human Rights at the Central European University in Budapest.

When outside of the office, Adam enjoys hiking, board games, and talking about his favorite team - Liverpool. 

Projects & Tools

AI: Algorithms and Justice

The use of algorithms in the judiciary has already raised significant questions about bias and fairness, and looking ahead the moral questions become even more challenging. More

Privacy Initiatives

The Berkman Klein Center has long been home to a number of cross-disciplinary initiatives that investigate privacy and privacy-relevant questions in the digitally networked… More


MIT News

Algorithmic fairness tools explored at MIT Policy Hackathon

A BKC team tasked hackathon participants with developing a new resource for policymakers

May 21, 2019