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CITP Seminar: Danaë Metaxa – The Future of Algorithm Auditing is Sociotechnical

Algorithm audits are powerful tools for studying black-box systems without direct knowledge of those systems’ inner workings. While they have been effectively deployed to identify harms and…

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Chi Jin

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PLI Symposium 11/28 Jason Ren

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20231108 LLM forum a conversation with Wai Chee Dimock

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Sinews of the Soul: Comparing Christian Baptism and Indigenous Adoption

For all of the real and important contrasts between them, the Indigenous peoples and French Catholic colonists who encountered one another in 17th-century New France were both convinced that…

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Council of the Humanities "Severe Brain Injury, Neuroethics, and Disability Rights: Why the Sciences and Humanities must be in Conversation"

Advances in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of consciousness heighten the possibility of recovery but also raise value questions that require more than scientific expertise. To address the…

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Bradford Seminar: “Planning the Mid-Transition for Just and Sustainable Decarbonization”

Dr. Grubert is a civil engineer and environmental sociologist whose research focuses on justice-oriented deep decarbonization and decision support tools related to large infrastructure systems, with…

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CITP Seminar: Dan Calacci – Why Data Rights Should be Labor Rights: Data Protection and AI Regulation for Gig Workers and Beyond

Workers everywhere are more surveilled, managed, and quantified by technology than ever before, harming people’s health, safety, and dignity at work. Gig workers like Uber and Lyft drivers…

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Sharmin and Bijan Mossavar Rahmani Center Lecture: "Social Inequality Before and After the Revolution in Iran"

Rising inequality sparked Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution and like all popular revolutions the Islamic Republic espoused economic justice as its main objective. The fact that four decades…

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Brazil Lab: "The Madmen's Revolt - Agency and Insubordination at Brazil's National Hospital for the Insane" (11.1.2023)

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Com lit lecture

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A Conversation with Ruth J. Simmons and Eddie S. Glaude Jr.

Join us for the AAS Conversation Series featuring Ruth J. Simmons, moderated by Eddie S. Glaude Jr., as they explore the transformative themes of identity and resilience in Dr. Simmons' book…

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Finance and Treasury - Our Commitment to Service Excellence

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The Supreme Court's Traditionalist Turn with Sherif Girgis (Antonin Scalia Constitution Day Lecture)

On September 22, 2022 the James Madison Program hosted the Antonin Scalia Constitution Day Lecture at Princeton University with Sherif Girgis '08, titled, "The Supreme Court's…

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PLI Anirudha Majumdar

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CITP Seminar: Alice Marwick - Beyond the Binary: How LGBTQ+ People Negotiate Networked Privacy

Networked privacy is the desire to maintain agency over information within the social and technological networks in which information is disclosed, given meaning, and shared. This agency is…

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