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Support from the Siegel Family Endowment will provide funds for the Center for Information Technology Policy’s Fellows Program. The Fellows Program broadens and amplifies the research and policy work at CITP by supporting postdoctoral scholars and visiting professionals, both academics and practitioners. These funds will expand the center’s research and outreach capabilities and help prepare […]

Olga Russakovsky, an assistant professor of computer science and CITP affiliated faculty member, “has been recognized with two early-career awards honoring her contributions in research, education and outreach. Russakovsky was selected by the nonprofit organization for its 2020 Emerging Leader Abie Award in Honor of Denice Denton, recognizing her work to fight bias in […]

CITP Fellow Annette Zimmermann, a political philosopher, was interviewed for a recent episode of Princeton University’s Policy Punchline podcast. The podcast addresses the following questions: What is algorithmic bias? Is all bias bad? Where do we see algorithms exacerbating structural injustices in society? What are the dangers of private companies providing AI services to public institutions—and […]

CITP’s DataX Scientist Pranay Anchuri was recently featured by Princeton’s Center for Statistics and Machine Learning (CSML) where he discussed his research using big data to tackle social science and technology. Anchuri was hired as one of six data scientists, all of whom will be supported by the Schmidt DataX Fund. He is currently working […]