Reaching out to the next generation of tech scholars, Professor Ellen P. Goodman mentors Rutgers Honors College undergraduate Nidhi Salian in her paper and poster contribution to the Gardner Policy Conference on AI tools and immigration globally.
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FTC Commissioner Slaughter gives Lastowka lecture
Read the transcript from the Greg Lastowka Memorial Lecture 2022.
Rutgers Law Team Progresses to Final Round of Oxford International IP Moot Court Competition
A team of Rutgers Law students, Robert Walker, Amalia Ellison, and Anna Esposito, have progressed to the final round of the Oxford International IP Moot Court Competition.They will present their oral arguments on a hypothetical intellectual property law problem set in Oxford later this month. We wish them the best of luck.
The Markup’s Article Highlights Collaboration with RIIPL
The Markup’s article Public Agencies Are Buying Up AI-Driven Hiring Tools and “Bossware” highlights a collaboration with Rutgers Institute for Information Policy and Law that explored public agencies’ use of AI hiring tools and remote monitoring software. Working with a Rutgers Law graduate, The Markup filed public records requests with public agencies to understand how … Continue reading The Markup’s Article Highlights Collaboration with RIIPL…
Professor Ellen P. Goodman featured in article about COVID-19 misinformation on Spotify
RIIPL Co-Director, Professor Ellen P. Goodman, was featured in “Spotify’s handling of COVID-19 misinformation on Joe Rogan’s podcast takes heat from critics.” “‘What we know is that it’s [adding a content advisory label] not going to have a strong effect in terms of changing people’s minds,’ Ellen Goodman, a professor at Rutgers Law School whose … Continue reading Professor Ellen P. Goodman featured in article about COVID-19 misinformation on Spotify…