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Fussell, Elizabeth, May 21, 2024, "Commentary: The Nexus of Data, Models, Normative Theorizing, and Policymaking"

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Thompson, Erica, May 21, 2024, "Commentary: The Nexus of Data, Models, Normative Theorizing, and Policymaking"

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Mullin, Megan, May 21, 2024, "Commentary: Governing Climate Mobilities at Various Scales"

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Panel Session Q and A, May 21, 2024 "The Nexus of Data, Models, Normative Theorizing and Policy Making"

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Opiyo, Romanus, May 20, 2024, "Power, Justice and Marginalized Community Collaboration: Exploring Science-Mobility Decision Action"

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Parsons, Meg, May 20, 2024, "Climate (Im)mobilities and Climate (In)justices"

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PLI Symposium 2024: Boris Hanin

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Professor Michael Cook

Princeton University Press Video Blurb

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CITP Virtual Seminar Miranda Bogen-Closing the Gap: Navigating Complexities and Contradictions In the Mitigation of Algorithmic Bias

Dozens of policy proposals and interventions have attempted to address actual and potential cases of algorithmic bias, particularly in systems that have consequential effects on people’s lives.…

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Gautam Reddy

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Bradford Seminar: "Deep Uncertainty, Collective Action, and Need for Coordination in the Face of Climate Change"

Climate-change related decisions have three characteristics that set them apart from other simpler choices. They (i) involve an intergenerational public good, (ii) often require collective action and…

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COS 350 - Ethics of Computing (9.28.2023)

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CITP Seminar Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius - Digital Discrimination and the Law in Europe

Organizations can use computers or AI to make decisions about people: digital differentiation. For example, insurers can adjust prices to consumers, and the government can use AI-driven analysis to…

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Robotic Swarm Inspection for Infrastructure Monitoring, Darren Chiu, UG '23 (2265354)

Robotic swarm inspection for structures offers a flexible, scalable, and cost-effective solution in comparison to human inspection such as the benefit of being resilient to individual failures,…

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Go with your gut? Determining the value of computation in the game of Go, Owen Travis, UG '24 (2276037)

The ability to make intelligent decisions with limited resources is an essential skill for both humans and artificially intelligent systems. In practical situations where time and computational…

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How to Wreck the Supreme Court

On March 28, 2023, Princeton University's James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions hosted Michael Paulsen, Distinguished University Chair & Professor of Law at the…

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