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This initiative, launched in October 2017, brings together an interdisciplinary group to work on AI-related policy areas including ethics, free expression, fairness, diversity, privacy, safety and economic impacts.
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August 11, 2020
Congratulations to Olga Russakovsky recognized for fighting bias and advancing diversity in AI research
August 3, 2020
CITP Director Matthew Salganik interviewed by Harvard Data Science Review about the Fragile Families Challenge
July 6, 2020
CITP Fellow Annette Zimmermann interviewed about algorithmic justice on Policy Punchline podcast
April 1, 2020
Multi-year datasets suggest projecting outcomes of people’s lives with AI isn’t so simple
Freedom to Tinker Blog
How programmers communicate through code, legally
Did Sean Hannity misquote me?
New Jersey gets ballot-tracking only half right
CITP call for the postdoctoral track of the CITP Fellows Program 2021-22