Alex Pascal Alex Pascal is a Senior Fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University and a Professor of Practice at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Alex has served for over a decade as a national security and domestic policymaker in the United States Government, […]
Seth Lazar Seth Lazar is Professor of Philosophy at the Australian National University, an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow, a Distinguished Research Fellow of the University of Oxford Institute for Ethics in AI, and a member of the Executive Committee of the ACM Fairness, Accountability and Transparency Conference. He has worked and published widely on […]
Saffron Huang Saffron Huang is a technologist, researcher and writer who is the co-director of the Collective Intelligence Project, and also a member of technical staff at the UK Frontier AI Taskforce. She was previously a research engineer at DeepMind working on topics such as multi-agent RL and language models, and has worked on technology governance […]
Tina Eliassi-Rad Tina Eliassi-Rad is a Professor of Computer Science and President Joseph E. Aoun Chair at Northeastern University. She is also a core faculty member at Northeastern’s Network Science Institute and the Institute for Experiential AI. In addition, she is an external faculty member at the Santa Fe Institute and the Vermont Complex Systems […]
Shrey Jain Shrey Jain is an Applied Scientist at Microsoft Research Special Projects and co-founder of the Plural Technology Collaboratory. Shrey’s research is centered on designing both cryptographic and AI tools to instill confidence tools in communication that are resilient to challenges from generative AI. Shrey has directed efforts like “Plural Publics”, which provide innovative frameworks and […]
The Carnegie Mellon University Block Center recently held a conference focused on “Operationalizing the NIST Risk Management Framework” that GETTING-Plurality Research Network member, Sarah Hubbard, attended. The attendees spanned government, academia, and industry partners who are working towards Responsible AI. Below, we include a short recap from the event.
GETTING-Plurality Research Network member, Sarah Hubbard, spent the past academic year as a Technology and Public Purpose Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School. During this fellowship, she spent time researching and convening various stakeholders on Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. Below is a summary of this work with various recently published reports from the Belfer Center.
Network members have developed an open and collaborative list of research priorities in response to the recent advances in artificial intelligence.