The Tech Policy Lab is a unique, interdisciplinary collaboration at the University of Washington that aims to enhance technology policy through research, education, and thought leadership. The Tech Policy Lab brings together experts from the Universityâs School of Law, Information School, Computer Science & Engineering, and other units on campus.
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Distinguished Lecture Series
Hacking Elections: A Conversation with Matt Tait
On November 28th, 2018 cybersecurity expert and former BritishÂ intelligence officer Matt Tait gave the Tech Policy Lab's Distinguished Lecture on foreign interference with the midterm elections.
AI Now: Social and Political Questions for Artificial Intelligence | Kate Crawford
In March 2018, Kate Crawford gave the Tech Policy Labâs Spring Distinguished Lecture on âAI Now: Social and Political Questions for Artificial Intelligence.â
Poison Arrows and Other âKiller Appsâ: A Hunter-Gatherer Perspective on Tech and our Future | James Suzman
In November 2017, James Suzman joined the Tech Policy Lab to give our fall Distinguished Lecture on âPoison Arrows and Other âKiller Appsâ: A Hunter-Gatherer Perspective on Tech and our Future.â
My Politics as a Technologist | Terry Winograd and Alan Borning
On November 30, 2016 the Tech Policy Lab organized a discussion at the intersection of personal politics and technical expertise with Terry Winograd and Alan Borning.
How Technology Impacts Humans | Latanya Sweeney
In December 2016, the Lab's Fall Distinguished Lecture was given by renowned technologist and former Chief Technologist for the Federal Trade Commission, Professor Latanya Sweeney.
Deterrence in the 21st Century: From Nuclear, To Space, To Cyberspace | General Kevin Chilton
In April 2016, General Kevin Chilton gave the Tech Policy Lab's Spring Distinguished Lecture on Deterrence in the 21st Century: From Nuclear, To Space, To Cyberspace.
Responsible Innovation in the Age of Robots and Smart Machines | Jeroen van den Hoven
In December 2014, Jeroen van den Hoven gave the Tech Policy Lab's Distinguished Lecture on Responsible Innovation in the Age of Robots and Smart Machines.