Experts consider the ethical implications of new technology

Faculty from the Computer Science and Philosophy departments join forces in a successful new undergraduate initiative, Embedded EthiCS, to change the way computer scientists think about the ethical implications of new technology.

Christina Pazzanese • harvard
Oct. 16, 2020 ~15 min

Tags: science-technology computer-science ethics harvard-john-a-paulson-school-of-engineering-and-applied-sciences harvard-college barbara-grosz radhika-nagpal alison-simmons embedded-ethics philosophy christina-pazzanese faculty-of-arts-and-science david-grant jeffrey-behrends

Harvard senior launches Latinx literary magazine

Ruben Reyes Jr.’s path as a writer led him to found Palabritas, a Latinx literary magazine that provides a supportive space for new and experienced writers

Juan Siliezar • harvard
Feb. 13, 2019 ~6 min

Tags:  arts-humanities  juan-siliezar  harvard-college  latina  latino  latinx  literary-magazine  palabritas  ruben-reyes-jr

Passion and teamwork at the heart of Harvard’s student run opera

The work behind “Cendrillon,” Harvard College Opera’s latest production, shows the passion that makes the undergraduate-run company a unique outlet for students interested in the arts.

Juan Siliezar • harvard
Jan. 30, 2019 ~9 min

Tags:  arts-humanities  juan-siliezar  harvard-college  cendrillon  cinderella  agassiz-theatre  benjamin-p-wenzelberg  harvard-college-opera  jessica-shand  jonathan-castillo  jules-massenet  madeleine-snow  ruva-chigwedere  samuel-rosner  serena-chen

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