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I School Voices

Commentary, perspective, and analysis from I School faculty, students, and scholars.

Hany Farid
Hany Farid says Facebook, the world’s largest social network, is set to grow the digital realm where images of child sexual abuse can spread freely.
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Catherine Cronquist Browning argues that data and information scientists have a critical role to play in the fight for climate justice and equity.
Hany Farid
Hany Farid authors op-ed calling for a move to from the Information Age to the Knowledge Age.
Hany Farid
Hany Farid authors op-ed on the safety concerns of a new Facebook privacy measure.
Geoff Nunberg speaking at graduation
“I want to share with you my take about what makes this place exceptional, and how that makes you exceptional.”
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Marti Hearst’s research finds that grouping words visually that have related meaning improves people’s ability to detect underlying categories.
Shazeda Ahmed
Ph.D. student Shazeda Ahmed writes that foreign media has painted a dystopian portrait of China’s social credit system. The reality is both less coherent and more complex.
Steve Weber & Gabriel Nicholas
Prof Steve Weber and Gabriel Nicholas (MIMS ’18) co-author an article for GlobalAsia explaining how digital technology has created economic rivalries.
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Mark Zuckerberg claims that Facebook users want to see ads tailored to their interests. But the data show the opposite is true.

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