Democracy, Disinformation, AI, and Platform Regulation

Published on 2021-02-12

On January 27, 2021, The CSAIL Computing and Society CoR and the MIT Internet Policy…

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Avoiding a One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Regulating Artificial Intelligence

Published on 2020-01-13

Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies can be found in a wide variety of areas nowadays. AI…

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How a Proposed Housing Act Change Could Affect Discriminatory AI

Published on 2019-09-30

Since its introduction in 1968, the Fair Housing Act has shielded proctected classes from discrimination….

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IPRI Welcomes Luis Videgaray as a Distinguished Fellow

Published on 2019-09-18

Luis Videgaray, former foreign minister of Mexico and MIT alumnus, has become a distinguished fellow at…

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Neural Networks and the Lottery Ticket Hypothesis

Published on 2019-05-07

Deep neural networks, computer systems loosely modeled after the human brain, are found in the…

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News: Global Cooperation in the White House Sparked by AI and Privacy Concerns

Published on 2019-04-10

In a recent New York Times article, Steve Lohr discusses U.S. and global policy regarding…

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AI Policy Congress – Part 7 An International Perspective

Published on 2019-02-27

Written by Grace Abuhamad. The AI Policy Congress benefitted from a unique international perspective as…

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AI Policy Congress – Part 6 Manufacturing & Labor

Published on 2019-02-25

Written by Willie Boag Technology’s Past, Present, and Future Impact on Work Is the diffusion…

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AI Policy Congress – Part 5 Transportation & Safety

Published on 2019-02-25

Written by Grace Abuhamad. The Current State of Autonomous Vehicles “Level 5 autonomy or flying…

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AI Tool Builders and Their Users: What Should We Expect From the Tools and Who Is Responsible When They Fail?

Published on 2019-02-19

Written by: Daniel J. Weitzner February 19, 2019 In the midst of a heated global…

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