Examining the role data-driven technologies play in expanding and reasserting the legitimacy of the US racial state during crises.
Chelsea Barabas and Pedro Reynolds-Cuellar join Space Enabled as Graduate Researchers.
Chelsea Barabas shares her thoughts on these topics in an episode of the Philosophical Disquisitions podcast.
Joshua B. Hoe interviews Chelsea Barabas of MIT about criminal justice monitoring, surveillance, and algorithms
“This is why we keep seeing race science emerging time and again," writes Chelsea Barabas. "It’s because publishers publish it."
The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy announces its newest cohort of Technology and Human Rights Fellows.
This comment addresses fundamental, technical problems with PATTERN, a federal risk assessment tool.
"It’s time for us to move beyond 'bias' as the anchor point for our efforts to build ethical and fair algorithms."
Pretrial risk assessments draw from “deeply flawed data" generated from arrest and conviction records, say researchers.
By Chelsea Barabas, Karthik Dinakar, and Colin DoyleTwenty-seven prominent researchers from MIT, Harvard, Princeton, NYU, …
“Welcome to the System! Together we will change the world!”These are the words I found scrawled at the bottom of a web page, right next to …
With Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple dominating their respective online markets, we plebeians visit fewer sites than we used to an…
There’s no "silver-bullet technical solution" to the challenges in decentralizing the web.