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Consumers vs. Citizens in Democracy's Public Sphere
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Consumers vs. Citizens in Democracy's Public Sphere

Attempting to balance the challenging trade-offs between individual rights and our obligations to one another.

For Impactful Community Engagement
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For Impactful Community Engagement: Check Your Role

Toward a more equitable distribution of the benefits of technological change.

Proposal
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Proposal: A Market for Truth to Address False Ads on Social Media

Guaranteeing truth in advertising.

AI Authorship?
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AI Authorship?

Considering the role of humans in copyright protection of outputs produced by artificial intelligence.

Consumer AR Could Have Saved Lives, Economy
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Consumer AR Could Have Saved Lives, Economy

We need this technology now.

Shiri Melumad: Why Consumers Share Personal Information on Smartphones
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Shiri Melumad: Why Consumers Share Personal Information on Smartphones

People are willing to share deeper and more personal information when communicating on a smartphone compared with a personal computer. Wharton marketing professor...

For Online Learning, Business Has Never Been Better
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For Online Learning, Business Has Never Been Better

Demand for Chegg roughly doubled when schools shut down, but its chief executive, Dan Rosensweig, now needs to figure out how the company will adapt.

For Online Learning, Business Has Never Been Better
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For Online Learning, Business Has Never Been Better

Demand for Chegg roughly doubled when schools shut down, but its chief executive, Dan Rosensweig, now needs to figure out how the company will adapt.

The Cyberwar Needs More Women on the Front Lines
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The Cyberwar Needs More Women on the Front Lines

Educating girls to be the cybersecurity leaders of tomorrow will help combat criminals who prey on women and children.

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (of Technology)
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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (of Technology)

The social media information ecosystem driven solely by popularity fails to recognize what truly matters and makes it exceedingly difficult to see what's really...

A Case for Banning Facial Recognition
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A Case for Banning Facial Recognition

A Google research scientist explains why she thinks the police shouldn't use facial recognition software.

A Case for Banning Facial Recognition
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A Case for Banning Facial Recognition

A Google research scientist explains why she thinks the police shouldn't use facial recognition software.

Giving AI Common Sense
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Giving AI Common Sense

Can we teach smart machines what is obvious to every 10-year-old?

Towards One Database to Rule Them All
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Towards One Database to Rule Them All

Databases have become silos and this needs to change, says graph guru Marko Rodriguez.

The Art of AI
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The Art of AI

Although popular narratives tend to focus on threats posed by artificial intelligence, many of the technology's dangers have been overhyped, its promises neglected...

The Art of AI
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The Art of AI

Although popular narratives tend to focus on threats posed by artificial intelligence, many of the technology's dangers have been overhyped, its promises neglected...

The Robot Artists Aren’t Coming
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The Robot Artists Aren’t Coming

Artificial intelligence is making machines more creative — but machines don't make art.

H-1B Visas Allow U.S. Companies to Thrive
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H-1B Visas Allow U.S. Companies to Thrive

Some longstanding opponents of legal and illegal immigration are using the high unemployment rates stemming from the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to keep necessary...

Colin Garvey: A Zen Buddhist Monk's Approach to Democratizing AI
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Colin Garvey: A Zen Buddhist Monk's Approach to Democratizing AI

Colin Garvey, a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University, is preparing a policy report on AI-risk governance for a Washington think tank.

Interview with Margaret Wright
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Interview with Margaret Wright

Margaret H. Wright, a leading figure in numerical analysis for more than 40 years, was awarded the 2010 John von Neumann Prize.
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