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PLI Symposium 2024: Jonathan Mummolo

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NJ AI Summit - AI, Society and Policy

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WDA Conference: "Alero Olympio: Activated Matter" Keynote

Alero Olympio was an architect and builder of radical ecologies. Born in Ghana and working extensively between Scotland and her homeland, Olympio theorized and exercised a rigorous dedication to…

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Bradford Seminar Series: "Artificial Intelligence for Climate Change Mitigation Roadmap"

David Sandalow is the Inaugural Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy and Director of the Energy and Environment Concentration at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia…

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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 Special Event: Confused by All the Chatter - Journalists, Researchers & Policymakers Talk Chatbots and Other Large Language Models

Powerful new technologies like OpenAI’s “ChatGPT” or Google’s “Bard” have sparked excitement over the potential they have to transform how we work, learn and…

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Therapy is for Westerners: Inadequacies Measuring Bangladeshi Anxiety & Depression, Imaan Khasru, UG '23 (2267901)

Most tools to assess & diagnose psychological disorders are developed in the West via testing on Western populations, and then used on non-Western populations. We assume these tools are reliable…

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Mapping Human Preference in the Mosquito Brain, Timothy W. Schwanitz, GS (2924323)

The Yellow Fever Mosquito is a globally invasive mosquito that prefers to bite human beings because it prefers the odor of human beings to the odor of other animals. In parts of its native range in…

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Bradford Seminar: "Model Migration as adaption. Experience with MIDAS framework. Thoughts on capturing things that haven't happened yet"

gent-based modeling – in which system-level outcomes emerge from interactions among individuals and their environment – can provide unique insights in the study of livelihoods…

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CITP Special Event: Bringing Transparency to Digital Political Campaigns Symposium - AM Session

With every election cycle, political campaigns become more and more reliant on online platforms to target voters. Yet, regulatory measures for campaigns have not kept pace with the rapid…

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Confluence: Getting Started

Getting Started with Confluence will provide a basic overview of the platform, including why you might want to use Confluence over other tools, how to log in, and basic navigation. By the end of the…

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Meet Elsie Sheidler

Elsie Sheidler is an associate director at the Pace Center and oversees the center's operations team.

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James Baldwin Lecture Series: "The Limits Of The Quantitative Approach To Discrimination"

The annual James Baldwin Lecture series was launched on March 29, 2006, aiming to celebrate the work of Princeton faculty and to provide an occasion for the intellectual community to reflect on the…

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CITP Seminar- Katrina Ligett - Data Privacy is Important, but it’s not Enough

Our current data ecosystem leaves individuals, groups, and society vulnerable to a wide range of harms, ranging from privacy violations to subversion of autonomy to discrimination to erosion of…

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9.3 Ramadan and the Quran Part 2

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