Rohan Pavuluri is a former Edmond J. Safra Undergraduate Fellow and Upsolve CEO and Co-founder. In his new article, "How to transform America’s legal system – by changing who is allowed to provide free legal advice," Pavuluri discusses how Upsolve is fighting for a new civil right — the right to access legal advice, no matter how much money is in your bank account. You can read the article... Read more about New Article by Rohan Pavuluri in the Emerson Collective
Philosophers at the Australian National University, Harvard, Oxford, Princeton, Stanford and Toronto have formed an international research network to foster technically- and empirically-grounded, philosophically ground-breaking work on the moral and political philosophy of data and AI.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become critical infrastructure, shaping our personal, social, and political lives, influencing everything from geopolitics, to industry, to the meaning of friendship. As we grow increasingly reliant on digital technologies in ever more spheres of our...
Former Undergraduate Fellow Bo Seo has a new book published by Penguin Press on June 7, 2022. In the book is titled, Good Arguments: How Debate Teaches us to Listen and Be Heard, Seo tells the inspiring story of his life in competitive debating and reveals the timeless secrets of effective communication and persuasion. Learn more and purchase the book here. Read more about New Book Good Arguments by Bo Seo
Myisha Cherry has a new article, "What anger tells us about ourselves: By indicating who and what we value, our rage illuminates our moral character," published in the New Statesman on March 25, 2022. You can read the article here.
Cherry is an Assistant Professor at the University of California Riverside and a former...
In a profile by Paul Massari in Colloquy, the Harvard University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences magazine, Zoë Hitzig is spotlighted for her takes on algorithms that shape our lives through both economics and poetry. Hitzig is a former Undergraduate and Graduate Fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics. You can read the profile, ... Read more about New Profile on Zoë Hitzig in Colloquy