Amid a refugee crisis, director of BU Center on Forced Displacement argues for a new approach to helping people not recognized by any country.
BU law professor Woodrow Hartzog argues that current AI policies and oversights are far too weak, calling on Congress to move beyond what he calls “half measures”.
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Data can discriminate, says BU’s Ngozi Okidegbe, the first dual-appointed professor to the School of Law and the Faculty of Computing & Data Sciences.
Trailblazing justice appointed to the High Court last June.
Scholars, lawyers, and public health officials from across the country gathered at BU Thursday to discuss what’s coming next.
Intellectual property scholar Jessica Silbey argues laws haven’t kept pace with the digital era and are enriching individuals and corporations at the expense of society, equality, and innovation.
Following a historic Supreme Court decision on abortion, alum Shwetika Baijal is organizing a national response for the Planned Parenthood Action Fund.
Ibram X. Kendi–led BU Center for Antiracist Research calls for new data standards to help confront racial inequities and injustice.
The law is a noble profession, don’t be afraid to fail, and get in the game, she said.