Organized by Harvard Kennedy School Students
The Harvard Kennedy School, officially the John F. Kennedy School of Government, is a public policy and public administration school within Harvard University. Since its foundation in 1936, The Harvard Kennedy School has become an presence internationally, with several notable alumni.
For the past 14 years, the German American Conference, organized by students at the Harvard Kennedy School, has provided a space for discussing the world’s most pressing issues. Over the course of 3 days in October of 2022, they hosted a series of panels, workshops and networking sessions to bring together leaders, politicians, students, and changemakers.
PAI’s Claire Leibowicz joined a panel to discuss the increasingly important role technology plays in controlling information access, shaping public opinion, and impacting political participation as well as power structures. Speakers shared their expertise and perspectives on misinformation, deepfakes, and AI from both an industry as well as a regulatory perspective.
- Marie-Astrid Langer
- Lauren Goode
- Claire Leibowicz
- Despina Spanou
- Alfred Spector
- Jim Waldo
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