Project shares ways to create community around design equity, ethics, and justice.
The 27 finalists will explore the technology’s impact on democracy, education, sustainability, communications, and much more.
Explore MIT Open Learning resources, including interviews with Media Lab Director Dava Newman, Professor Cynthia Breazeal, and more.
Professors D'Ignazio and Klein received the award for their book, Data Feminism.
How do we meaningfully engage with topics such as ethics, equity, and justice in our design processes?
In this episode: how the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning education might look a lot more human.
Enjoy this roundup of recent books by MIT faculty and staff, including current and former Media Labbers.
Danielle Wood, Katlyn Turner, and Catherine D'Ignazio talk about The Abuse and Misogynoir Playbook.
The Montreal AI Ethics Institute features article co-authored by Katlyn Turner, Danielle Wood & Catherine D'Ignazio
Sasha Costanza-Chock and Catherine D’Ignazio are among the finalists in these awards for their respective scholarly works.
Sasha Costanza-Chock presents key insights from their book Design Justice.
“Data scientists and visualization designers need to take their civic role very seriously in a pandemic,” says the MIT assistant professor.
Read an interview with Angwin and Catherine D'Ignazio on machine bias, data privacy, and the role of journalism in creating accountability.
Artists and designers are working to address a major problem for marginalized communities in the data economy.
The MIT Media Lab is setting out to reimagine the tired old monthly enterprise with a “period hackathon."
Make the Breast Pump Not Suck hackathon at the Media Lab emphasizes social and political issues over engineering
We have Catherine D’Ignazio on the show this week to talk about feminist data visualization. Catherine is Assistant Professo…
News organizations these days are spending a lot of time and energy making sure that data plays a central role in their newsrooms. But fewe…
"When the Make the Breast Pump Not Suck! hackathon, a collection of roughly a hundred and fifty engineers, designers, midwives, and parents…