CITP Seminar: Arvind Narayanan – Five Useful Things to Know About Tech Policy

Arvind Narayanan
Date & Time Sep 12 2023 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Location Sherrerd Hall
Arvind Narayanan
Audience Restricted to Princeton University

In this talk, Professor Narayanan shares lessons learned over the last decade and a half about how to be more effective in tech policy. He will also talk about the resources and opportunities that CITP offers to enhance the impact of your tech policy work.


Arvind Narayanan is a professor of computer science at Princeton and the director of the Center for InformationTechnology Policy. He co-authored a textbook on fairness and machine learning and is currently co-authoring a book on AIsnake oil. He led the Princeton Web Transparency and Accountability Project to uncover how companies collect and use our personal information. His work was among the first to show how machine learning reflects cultural stereotypes, and his doctoral research showed the fundamental limits of de-identification.

Narayanan is a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), twice a recipient of the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Award, and thrice a recipient of the Privacy Papers for Policy Makers Award.

Attendance at CITP seminars is open to Princeton University faculty, staff and students. Members of the University community may join via Zoom with their University login.

This seminar will be recorded and posted to the CITP website, the CITP YouTube channel and the Princeton University Media Central channel.

If you need an accommodation for a disability please contact Jean Butcher at at least one week before the event.