IPRI in the News

News: IPRI Student Miranda McClellan Wins Fulbright Fellowship

The Fulbright U.S. Student Fellowship Program aims to advance cultural exchange, mutual understanding, and relationships…

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News: Hal Abelson Discusses MIT App Inventor

In a recent MIT News post, Abby Abazorius talked to Hal Abelson about MIT App…

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Neural Networks and the Lottery Ticket Hypothesis

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

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2018 Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Grant Recipients

Every year, the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy gives out grants to emerging scholars in…

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Danny Weitzner Discusses Cybersecurity and Privacy on C-SPAN

What is happening in the world of cybersecurity and privacy? Daniel Weitzner discussed these topics…

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News: China Is Profiling a Minority Group Using AI Technology

A New York Times article written by Paul Mozur details how Chinese authorities are using…

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News: The FCC Is Planning to Block China Mobile in the United States

While the Chinese state-owned telecom company China Mobile doesn’t currently offer phone service in the…

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News: Balancing International Trade and Cybersecurity

Today’s market is full of products that can connect to the Internet. Unfortunately, this functionality…

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News: Cybersecurity Experts Concerned Over Homeland Security Shakeup

We are now in a “new, chaotic era at the Department of Homeland Security” notes…

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News: How New Regulations Are Affecting the Global Internet

The global Internet can connect the world and enable the sharing of a mostly unified…

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

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

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News: Top Universities Are Pushing for Public Interest Technology

In a New York Times article, Natasha Singer discusses how U.S. students are learning about…

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News: Policymakers Discuss How to Govern AI Technology

In a post for the New York Times, Steve Lohr discussed the MIT AI Policy…

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News: Joel Brenner Interview on WBUR – Attacks on United States Critical Infrastructure

Did the Russians really hack into the US Electrical Grid?  Were they able to hack…

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News: Mueller’s Investigation Team – will they be targeted for hacking?

Should Robert Mueller keep the names of his team confidential?   Why is Robert Mueller…

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News: Is the US Gov’t Tech Illiterate? R. David Edelman Explains

IPRI’s R. David Edelman was featured and quoted by WIRED in “The US Government Isn’t…

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News: Edelman on US Administration’s Cybersecurity plan timeline

Donald Trump misses his own cyber security plan deadline after promising to deliver in 90…

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News: Tim Berners-Lee receives 2017 Turing Award

MIT Professor Tim Berners-Lee, the researcher who invented the World Wide Web and is one…

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News: Ilaria Liccardi on WBUR discussing the repeal of Internet privacy regulations

IPRI’s Ilaria Liccardi was featured on WBUR discussing the privacy concerns related to the repeal…

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News: World wide web creator Tim Berners-Lee targets fake news (BBC)

20 March 2017 In an open letter to mark the web’s 28th anniversary, Sir Tim…

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News: Dr. Joel Brenner discussing intelligence leaks (MSNBC)

IPRI’s Joel Brenner was featured today on the MSNBC program “For the Record with Greta”….

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News: R. David Edelman on robots, jobs and cyberwarfare (Washington Post)

‘This is an all hands on deck thing’: A former Obama technology adviser on robots,…

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R. David Edelman Joins MIT’s Internet Policy Research Initiative (IPRI)

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On March 8, 2017, MIT announced that R. David Edelman, former White…

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News: MIT cybersecurity expert urges collaboration to fight threats (Consumer Appeal)

The Commercial Appeal 06-Mar-2017, by Kevin McKenzie Don’t look for the government, market forces, vendors…

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