Watch a recording of our past events:

Feb. 3: Joan Donovan, What is Media Manipulation?

Feb. 24: Catherine D’Ignazio + Lauren Klein, Data Feminism

Mar. 10: Nathan Matias, Governing Human & Machine Behavior

Mar. 31: Ranveer Chandra, Empowering Farmers with Affordable Digital Agriculture Solutions

Apr. 7: Suresh Venkatasubramanian, Critical Algorithm Studies: A View From Inside Computer Science

Apr. 28: Lilly Irani, Claiming Democracy Over Digital Infrastructures

May 5: Sasha Costanza-Chock, Design Justice

Sep. 8: Mary L. Gray, The Banality of Scale

Sep. 29: Fernanda Viégas + Martin Wattenberg “Ways of Understanding AI”

Oct. 13: Kit Walsh “A Practical Framework for Human Rights Advocates to Combat Automated Injustice

Oct. 27: Shoshana Zuboff “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism”

Nov. 17: Mahadev Satyanarayanan “Wearable Cognitive Assistance”