Join us for two days of cross-professional presentations and conversations designed to push forward research on trust and safety. Registration is now open for the second annual Trust and Safety Research Conference to be held at Stanford University from September 28-29, 2023.
Hosted at Stanford University’s Frances. C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, the Trust and Safety Research Conference convenes participants working on trust and safety issues across academia, industry, civil society, and government. The event brings together a cross-disciplinary group of academics and researchers in fields including computer science, sociology, law, and political science to connect with practitioners and policymakers on challenges and new ideas for studying and addressing online trust and safety issues.
Your ticket provides access to:
- Two days of talks, panels, workshops and breakouts
- Breakfast and lunch both days of the conference
- Networking opportunities, including happy hours and poster sessions
Early bird tickets are $100 for attendees from academia, civil society and government, and $500 for attendees from industry. Ticket prices go up August 1, 2023. No refunds will be offered on purchased tickets, however, you may transfer your ticket to another qualifying person.
This conference is made possible by a generous grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.