The Berkman Klein Assembly is a new and innovative pilot program that is experimenting with different modes of education, collaboration, and development to work towards solving some of the tough problems at the intersections of code and policy.  

Assembly, at the Berkman Klein Center & MIT Media Lab, gathers developers, managers, and tech industry professionals for a rigorous spring term course on internet policy and a twelve-week collaborative development period to explore hard problems with running code.

Each Assembly cohort comes together around a defined challenge. In 2017, the Assembly pilot program focused on the future of digital security. The cohort’s outputs are featured on the 2017 program and project pages.

Our new cohort in 2018 will come together to tackle the challenges of artificial Intelligence and its governanceApplications are open! Read more below to find out about the program and how to apply.

Last updated

22 Jun 2017