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AI Audit Challenge: $71,000 Innovation Challenge to Design Better AI Audits

Artificial intelligence (AI) systems are being deployed every day, yet we lack the necessary tools to independently analyze and audit them. This challenge is about designing and creating applied tools that can assess whether deployed AI systems exhibit bias or carry potential for discrimination. Entries can be submitted from July 11, 2022 to October 10, 2022. We are currently open for entries.

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Nathaniel Persily
Nate Persily testifying for the Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law

Nate Persily and Daphne Keller Give Testimony on Platform Regulation

News / May 5, 2022
"We cannot live in a world where Facebook and Google know everything about us and we know next to nothing about them." – Nate Persily
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State Media, Social Media, and the Conflict in Ukraine: What Should the Platforms Do?

News / March 10, 2022
On March 4th, Cyber Policy Center experts and experts in industry gathered to discuss the propaganda battles related to the conflict already in full force.
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The Virus and the Vote: Administering the 2020 Election in a Pandemic

News / July 1, 2021
A Compendium of Research from the Stanford-MIT Healthy Elections Project
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