As part of the annual Tech & Society Week, we invite you to join Georgetown professors Meg Jones and Amanda Levendowski for an introduction to the new field of Feminist Cyberlaw. Co-sponsored by the Woman's Bar Association of DC. RSVP to receive the zoom webinar link.
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To address the central role technology plays in our economy, work, communications, and social interactions, many government agencies–at the state and federal level–have named Chief Technologists or Chief Technology Officers to bring greater knowledge and skills into their work. On March 30, 2023, the Georgetown Institute for Technology Law and Policy are pleased to bring a group of these distinguished, trailblazing government officials together for a conversation about the strategies for keeping government nimble and responsive to the ever-changing landscape of technology. RSVP Required
Whether it’s advocating for public policies that hold tech companies more accountable, designing tech solutions to modernize delivery of government services, or imagining how tech can drive greater access to justice, there’s no question that tech can offer a clear path to working for social good. Join tech VIPs and Georgetown students, faculty, staff, and alumni to learn more about how to combine an interest in technology with the pursuit of serving the public interest. RSVP Required.
The Tech Institute welcomes Senator Ron Wyden to campus March 3 for a discussion on algorithmic accountability and the status of efforts to bring new U.S. government oversight of software, algorithm, and other automated systems. Senator Wyden will engage in conversation with Chinmayi Arun, Executive Director, Yale Information Society Project, and Anupam Chander, Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology, Georgetown University Law Center. Representative Yvette Clarke will also deliver remarks via video, followed by an expert panel. Open to the public, advance registration required.