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The End of Free Speech is the End of Science with Jay Bhattacharya

On April 15, 2024, the James Madison Program hosted Jay Bhattacharya, Professor of Health Policy at Stanford University, for a lecture titled, "The End of Free Speech is the End of…

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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: Surya Mattu - Breaking The Black Box: How CITP’s Digital Witness Lab Uses Data-Driven Investigations to Expose Surveillance and Misinformation

The CITP Digital Witness Lab is a research initiative that collects data to expose surveillance, misinformation, and other harms on digital platforms. We build independent, public, and open-source…

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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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Bradford Seminar Series "Technology and Nature Must Join Forces to Address the Climate Crisis"

David J. Hayes is a Lecturer in Law at Stanford Law School and a Senior Fellow at the Natural Resources Defense Council. Since returning to Stanford in January 2023, Hayes has been working through…

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Loving Coral Reefs to Death in Hawaii, Bing Lin, GS (2263815)

Coral reefs are both icons of biodiversity and global tourist attractions. By combining web-scraped public Instagram data and aerially mapped live coral cover maps across the main Hawaiian Islands,…

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Finding Momentum in Division One Baseball, Jason Ding, UG '25 (2770524)

There is thorough research proving the hot-hand notion, or the tendency to believe that a successful streak is likely to lead to further success, as a fallacy in sports. This research disproves the…

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Pitch Tunneling in Baseball, Ben Zenker, UG '24 (2264109)

Pitch tunneling in baseball is when two pitches look the same for most of their trajectory towards home plate, but then move in opposite directions. Pitchers utilize pitch tunneling to try and fool…

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Violence, Ethics, and Social Media, Jeffery Chen, UG '25 (2765310)

For many of us, social media is an integral part of our everyday lives. But the ramifications of social media can go beyond just an unfunny post or angry response; on more than one occasion, social…

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Can a Batter Predict an Upcoming Pitch Only Using the Pitch Before?, Atharva Pathak, UG '26 (3993450)

Using a round bat to hit a small round baseball traveling 90+ mph and breaking in unexpected directions is considered the hardest activity in sports. Knowing the speed, break, and location of a pitch…

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Creating a Division 1 Pitch Grader Using Machine Learning, Alexander Dreger, UG '25 (2763371)

In baseball, the goal of the pitcher is to prevent runs. To do so, they must make it difficult for the batter to hit the ball. There are a variety of techniques and methods the pitcher can use to…

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Reimagining Baseball Analytics using ChatGPT, Senne Michielssen, UG '25 (2771011)

Spray charts are a data visualization used in baseball to describe which area of the field hitters have historically hit the ball to. Hitters have unique hitting tendencies for various reasons (e.g.,…

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Should we fear AI? Rolando Masis-Obando, GS (2276888)

An idea that we unfortunately inject ourselves with is “technological determinism” (Paul Adler; L.M. Sacasas) — in a nutshell, what it means is that technology evolves naturally…

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Public Policy & Finance Course - "Fintech & Public Policy" lecture by Charles Schorin *88

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The Future of Global Digital Governance

The digital domain is fast emerging as a new landscape of global competition and conflict. The benefits of digitization have been immense, but so have the harms — rampant…

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Bradford Seminar: "Projecting the Clean Tech Race: Modeling Technologies' Competition Dynamics and Implications for Policy Design"

Tobias Schmidt is Associate (tenured) Professor and head of the Energy and Technology Policy Group (EPG) at ETH Zurich. He also serves as the director of Institute of Science, Technology and Policy…

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