Week of January 24, 2022

CITP News Highlights

Karen Rouse Joins CITP as our First Ever Communications Manager

CITP is pleased to announce that Karen Rouse has joined CITP as our first ever communications manager. We are very excited about the expertise that Karen brings to our community. We expect that Karen will help us ensure that the great work happening at CITP is more widely known within Princeton ...
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Public Interest Technology-University Network: Summer Fellowship 2022

We are pleased to announce that for the third year CITP was awarded a PIT-UN grant for the Public Interest Technology Summer Fellowship Program. Applications are now open for rising juniors and seniors interested in getting first-hand experience working on technology policy at the federal, state and ...
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CITP Technology and Society Certificate Graduate Maia Haim ’20 Named TechCongress 2022 Fellow

Maia Hamin is a member of this year's class of TechCongress fellows. She'll be serving as a congressional technology policy advisor for the next year. 
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Upcoming Virtual Events

CITP Seminar

Andy Guess - Studying the Impact of Social Media Algorithms
Policymakers and the public are increasingly interested in the effects of social media algorithms on society. In this talk some of the challenges this topic poses to researchers will be ...
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CITP Seminar

Danny Rogers - Disinformation and Its Threat to Democracy
We are at a watershed moment in the history of information. The internet has given historically underrepresented voices unprecedented access to tools for self-expression, new ...
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Special Event

Asiff Hirji - DeFi and How Blockchain Will Transform Financial Services
Through the provision of an immutable ledger, public registry and real-time bilateral transaction settlement capability, the application of blockchain technology will meaningfully reduce the risk, cost ...
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CITP Seminar

Michael Madaio - Towards Human-Centered Design of Responsible AI
Despite widespread awareness that AI systems may cause harm to marginalized groups—and in spite of a growing number of principles, toolkits, and other resources for fairness and ethics ...
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