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AI Policy Practice

The AI Policy Practice is an interdisciplinary educational program that works with participants from the governmental, nonprofit, and private sectors who seek support in turning evolving AI principles and best practices into operational realities. 

Committed to advancing the public interest, the program addresses specific implementation problems with policy-relevance that these organizations face and assists them in developing pragmatic solutions. The AI Policy Practice, designed as a space for learning and building capacity, is composed of multiple projects implemented by agile teams comprised of faculty, staff, fellows, and students, who are paired with participating organizations to create actionable outputs, practical guidance, and open educational resources.

 


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Event
Apr 29, 2020 @ 1:00 PM

[Virtual] Challenges in Digital Technology Then and Now

A Conversation With Jonathan Zittrain and Brad Smith

Jonathan Zittrain and Microsoft President Brad Smith will discuss how big tech might rise to new challenges and opportunities. More

News
Apr 20, 2020

Fairness and AI

Sandra Wachter on why fairness cannot be automated

Sandra Wachter on why fairness cannot be automated More

Apr 14, 2020 @ 12:00 PM

[Virtual] Why Fairness Cannot Be Automated

Video & Podcast: Bridging the Gap Between EU Non-Discrimination Law & AI

News
Mar 24, 2020

Aggregated mobility data can help fight COVID-19 - safeguards needed

A Letter from Health Researchers and BKC’s Urs Gasser

A Letter from Health Researchers and BKC’s Urs Gasser More


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Point of Contact

Urs Gasser

Director

Team