October 5, 2023
Centering Community Voices: How Tech Companies Can Better Engage with Civil Society Organizations
Employee Fellow Nadah Feteih and alum Elodie Vialle co-author this article on Tech Policy Press urging platforms to collaborate more closely with marginalized communities in order to effectively address online harms.
September 22, 2023
Extraordinary Brews Meet Cutting-Edge Tech! Redlands TapHouse Owner Transforms Business with Generative AI
What do beer and AI have in common? '22-'23 Visiting Scholar Gregory Gondwe interviews a brewery owner in San Bernadino, CA who is using generative AI as a way to develop his business.
September 1, 2023
TikTok’s U.S. Future Still in Limbo as Commerce Secretary Visits China
A recent New York Times article on the future of TikTok in the United States quotes Visiting Scholar Anupam Chander, who warns that a ban on the platform could spark a "digital trade war" between the U.S. and China.
June 21, 2023
We’ve Been Thinking About The Internet All Wrong
Assembly Fellow Nate Lubin coauthors this article explaining the benefits of using a public health framework to better understand how information spreads online.
May 2, 2023
Black Twitter Is Dead… But Its Spirit Will Live On
As Twitter undergoes massive change, Visiting Scholar Jabari Evans reflects on the legacy of Black Twitter and its impact on future digital spaces.
November 17, 2022
On Algorithmic Personalization
Visiting Scholar Yong Jin Park and coauthor Jeong Nam Kim argue that debunking the false logic of "the more data, the better AI personalization" is the first step toward understanding where how to approach data protection regulation.
September 15, 2022
Digital assistants: Inequalities and social context of access, use, and perceptual understanding
Visiting scholar Yong Jin Park and colleagues argue that inequalities relating to digital assistants are both material and socio-cultural.