‘A.I. Nation,’ Episode 4, ‘Biased Intelligence,’ examines technology and policing, now available to download .
In the fourth episode of A.I. Nation, a new podcast by Princeton University and Philadelphia public radio station WHYY, computer science professor Ed Felten and WHYY reporter Malcolm Burnley investigate the ways that AI can be biased, how these biases can harm people of color, and what we can do to make the technology more accurate and equitable.
Himelhoch, Lambert and Wayner awarded Truman Scholarship for public service .
Princeton University students Malka Himelhoch, Jessica Lambert and Claire Wayner have been awarded Truman Scholarships, which provide up to $30,000 toward graduate school and the opportunity to participate in professional development programs to prepare for careers in public service.
University will require all undergraduate and graduate students to receive COVID-19 vaccines .
All students enrolled or otherwise present on campus for the upcoming 2021-22 academic year will be required to receive, and to provide proof of having received, a COVID-19 vaccine authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
UPDATED: Princeton voices: Speaking out about police violence in the nation .
At the close of the Derek Chauvin trial, Princeton scholars, experts and alumni are speaking to the moment across a range of platforms.
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