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I School Voices

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

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.
Professor Steven Weber
Steve Weber co-authors an article for the Washington Post sharing what American foreign policy can learn from today's Super Bowl. 
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Joshua Blumenstock: Information from satellites, mobile phones, and other sources is not a panacea for international-development problems.
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Chris Hoofnagle discusses the policing of Facebook’s privacy policies and FTC enforcement.
Anno Saxenian
Dean Saxenian reflects on her path to a top leadership position in academia, and why it's critical to showcase gender parity in our programming.
Jen King
Facebook is right to claim this incident was no breach  —  this is Facebook’s platform working exactly as designed.

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