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CITP Seminar: Kevin Munger - Chatbots for Good and Evil

The capacities of LLM-powered chatbots have been progressing on the order of months and have recently passed into mainstream public awareness and adoption. These tools have been used for a variety of…

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CITP Seminar: Arvind Narayanan - Five Useful Things to Know About Tech Policy

In this talk, Professor Narayanan shares lessons learned over the last decade and a half about how to be more effective in tech policy. He will also talk about the resources and opportunities…

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Retrieving by Finding Shortcuts in Representation Space, Michael Tang, UG '24 (2272401)

Information retrieval (IR) is the task of learning useful ways of representing text documents that allow us to efficiently relevant the most relevant documents for a given query, e.g. by encoding…

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Sites of Memory: A Symposium on Toni Morrison and the Archive "Writing The Archive"

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Literature Mapping in 30-minutes

Literature mapping is a way of discovering scholarly articles by exploring connections between publications. Similar articles can be linked by citations, authors, funders, keywords, and other…

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Do Assault Weapons Bans Really Save Lives: Moving Beyond Politics, Jacob Alayof, UG '23 (3958044)

I examine the real-world efficacy of an assault weapons ban. This is achieved through a difference-in-differences model that uses the variation of legislation between states as a natural experiment.…

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The Many Lives of James Boswell

Terry Seymour will describe and show us his extraordinary collection of the books, papers, and artworks identified with the protean Scottish biographer, traveler, and diarist James Boswell…

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Open Access in the Context of COVID-19

Perhaps more than any other time, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has foregrounded the importance of open access in support of the dissemination of scholarly resources. With regard to…

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20200901 CDH Overview - Undergrad

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Science Meets Multimedia Art: Connecting People and the Microscopic with Doodles

Intricate stories line the quiet spaces in and around living cells. Capturing these microscopic stories and communicating them to people in creative, accessible ways grows ever more important. As a…

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PUBLISHING: Alex Ulyett '11 - Penguin Random House; MBA '20 - Why English Matters

Seven recent alumni, who are in the fields of law, medicine, publishing, journalism, film, theater administration, and non-profit education, returned to campus to talk…

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Lunch & Learn: SMART Tech­nolo­gies at Prince­ton

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The Productive Scholar: Teaching with WordPress with Timothy Recuber

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