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Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

The Berkman Klein Center's mission is to explore and understand cyberspace; to study its development, dynamics, norms, and standards; and to assess the need or lack thereof for laws and sanctions.
We are a research center, premised on the observation that what we seek to learn is not already recorded. Our method is to build out into cyberspace, record data as we go, self-study, and share. Our mode is entrepreneurial nonprofit.

The Center in Brief
We bring together the sharpest, most thoughtful people from around the globe to tackle the biggest challenges presented by the Internet.
As an interdisciplinary, University-wide center with a global scope, we have an unparalleled track record of leveraging exceptional academic rigor to produce real- world impact. We pride ourselves on pushing the edges of scholarly research, building tools and platforms that break new ground, and fostering active networks across diverse communities. United by our commitment to the public interest, our vibrant, collaborative community of independent thinkers represents a wide range of philosophies and disciplines, making us a unique home for open-minded inquiry, debate, and experimentation.

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  • Educational Institution
Contact

Harvard University
Telefon: +1 (617) 495-7547

Adress

23 Everett Street
2nd Floor
02138 Cambridge
United States of America

Events
Title Industry Topic Date Location
Auditing for Bias in Resume Search Engines Lecture Computer Science
Digitization
Equality
21.05.2019 Cambridge Detail
Ghost Work Reading Economy
Digitization
Globalization
Future of work
21.05.2019 Cambridge Detail
Everyday Chaos Lecture Computer Science
Philosophy
Digitization
Society
14.05.2019 Cambridge Detail
IGNITE Talks at BKC Lecture Computer Science
Media Print/Online
Education
Digitization
Society
Innovation
07.05.2019 Cambridge Detail
Having our cake and eating it too Lecture Computer Science
Digitization
Society
29.04.2019 Cambridge Detail
How to work with tech companies on human rights Debate Law
Philosophy
Globalization
Society
23.04.2019 Cambridge Detail
Dirty Data, Bad Predictions Lecture Computer Science
Philosophy
Digitization
Protection against Violence
16.04.2019 Cambridge Detail
Constitutionalizing Speech Platforms Lecture Media Print/Online
Philosophy
Politics
Sociology
Society
Globalization
Social Media
09.04.2019 Cambridge Detail
Machines Learning to Find Injustice Lecture Philosophy
Law
Digitization
02.04.2019 Cambridge Detail
Waking Up to the Internet Platform Disaster Debate Computer Science
Media Print/Online
Digitization
Social Media
25.02.2019 Cambridge Detail
The Smart Enough City Lecture Computer Science
Digitization
19.02.2019 Cambridge Detail
Cyberlaw and Human Rights Debate Computer Science
Philosophy
Law
Digitization
Society
Globalization
31.01.2019 Cambridge Detail
Network Propaganda Lecture Media Print/Online
Social Media
04.10.2018 Cambridge Detail
Antisocial Media Lecture All Social Media
11.09.2018 Cambridge Detail
Symposium on Trust in Autonomous Vehicles Symposium Transport and traffic
Digitization
Mobility
31.05.2018 bis 01.06.2018 Cambridge Detail
Shaping Consumption Lecture Computer Science
Social Media
15.05.2018 Cambridge Detail