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Public Law & Policy

Just as technology shapes everyday life, societies are also shaped by technology. From social media to chat GPT to surveillance, how we use and regulate technology has far-reaching implications for scientists, citizens and governments. Combining expertise in computer science and social science, researchers in this area focus on crafting policies for the use and innovation of technology so communities can benefit.

Research in technology policy at Princeton includes data and information privacy, fairness in machine learning and AI, cryptocurrencies, online speech, national security, the social impacts of algorithms, and broadband access.

Associated Faculty

Associated Graduate Students

  • Amrit Daswaney
  • Luxi He
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