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What is cybersecurity in the age of artificial intelligence (AI)? This event brings together experts in computer science, law, adversarial machine learning, and tech advocacy from the University of Washington and the Electronic Frontier Foundation for a riveting conversation on the evolution of research in AI, security, and hacking–and potential impacts on society, policy, and […]

This roundtable brings together artists, legal experts, and cultural historians to discuss pressing issues related to art and intellectual property in the age of artificial intelligence. Kelly McKernan (they/them) is an independent artist based in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. They create original watercolor and acryla gouache paintings for galleries, commissions, and their online store. Since early 2023, […]

Society + Technology, a new program affiliated with the Tech Policy Lab, is co-hosting the Science, Technology, & Society Studies (STSS) Community Gathering on Thursday, March 28 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM at the Simpson Center for the Humanities, in the Communications Building, Room 202. This in-person gathering is an opportunity to (re)connect to the […]

The UW Law Alumni Engagement Committee invites you to join this virtual lunchtime panel discussion with: Professor Ryan Calo Lane Powell and D. Wayne Gittinger Professor, University of Washington School of Law Dr. Emily M. Bender Professor, University of Washington Department of Linguistics The panel will be moderated by: Don Z. Wang Associate, Axinn, Veltrop […]

The rapid, precipitous decline of every digital service we depend on isn’t a coincidence. It’s the result of specific known, policy choices made by specific, named individuals. We can reverse those decisions (and we can determine what sized pitchfork those individuals wear). Enshittification wasn’t inevitable: it was the foreseeable outcome of a plan to encourage […]

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