Interview with MyVitalz

Thu, 04/28/2022

As part of its work highlighting innovators in the dynamic tech sector in Nebraska, the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center is reaching out to regional tech leaders and organizations to ask them a few questions about their work, how they got started, and where they see their company headed in the future. Today we are featuring an interview with MyVitalz, a user-friendly system designed to connect at-home patients with their in-office providers seamlessly, securely, and accurately.

Interview with MyVitalz

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Interview with Marble

Tue, 04/19/2022

As part of its work highlighting innovators in the dynamic tech sector in Nebraska, the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center is reaching out to regional tech leaders and organizations to ask them a few questions about their work, how they got started, and where they see their company headed in the future.

Interview with Marble

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Review - On "Confetti Regulation": The Wrong Way to Regulate Gamified Investing by Kyle Langvardt and James Tierney

Wed, 03/02/2022

Review - On "Confetti Regulation": The Wrong Way to Regulate Gamified Investing by Kyle Langvardt and James Tierney

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Christopher Ali Speaks as Part of Spring Lecture Series

Fri, 02/25/2022

           In conjunction with the Rural Reconciliation Project, the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center had the pleasure of hosting Christopher Ali, Associate Professor at the University of Virginia and Benton Faculty Research Fellow at the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society, who delivered a lecture entitled “Farm Fresh Broadband: the Politics of Rural Con

Christopher Ali Speaks as Part of Spring Lecture Series

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Brian Christian Speaks as Part of Spring Lecture Series

Thu, 02/10/2022

           The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center had the pleasure of hosting Brian Christian, whose work on artificial intelligence has appeared in publications ranging from The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and the Guardian, to leading scientific journals including Cognitive Science.

Brian Christian Speaks as Part of Spring Lecture Series

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Student Fellows Morgan Armstrong and Mitchell Clark Create "Starfall," A Short Story On the Perils of Low-Earth Orbit

Mon, 12/06/2021

Student Fellows Morgan Armstrong and Mitchell Clark Create "Starfall," A Short Story On the Perils of Low-Earth Orbit

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NGTC Student Fellows Alicia Christensen, Ece Başkol, and Paige Ross Host Section 230 "Safe Space"

Thu, 12/02/2021

          Nebraska Governance and Technology Center Student Fellows Paige Ross and Alicia Christensen of the University of Nebraska College of Law and Ece Baskol of the College of Business finished their semester-long research into Section 230 of the United States Communications Decency Act by holding a Section 230 “Safe Space;” taking an afternoon to create a creative, cozy space in the law school student lounge where students, staff, and faculty could stop by to discuss any questions they might have about the controversial act, recently featured prominently in the

NGTC Student Fellows Alicia Christensen, Ece Başkol, and Paige Ross Host Section 230 "Safe Space"

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Student Fellows Mbaraonye and Ornelas Collaborate on Project on Corporate Lobbying and Tech

Mon, 11/22/2021

This fall Nebraska Governance and Technology Center Student Fellows Izuchukwu Mbaraonye (College of Business) and David Ornelas (College of Journalism and Mass Communications) collaborated on a project examining how technology companies that develop innovations that are likely to be realized in the medium- to long- term tend to invest heavily in political lobbying to mitigate risks that their future technologies will be subject to aggressive regulatory regimes.

Student Fellows Mbaraonye and Ornelas Collaborate on Project on Corporate Lobbying and Tech

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NGTC Co-Sponsors Cybersecurity Law Conference

Wed, 10/13/2021

Over two days in early October, more than 50 scholars convened for the Cybersecurity Law and Policy Scholars Conference (CLPSC). Originally planned to be held in-person, two dozen scholars presented draft research papers for feedback and discussion.

NGTC Co-Sponsors Cybersecurity Law Conference

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Governance and Technology Center names 2021-22 faculty fellows

Mon, 09/13/2021

The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center has announced its second class of faculty fellows.

The fellows are academics with an interdisciplinary inclination who are interested in the challenges of changing technology and are drawn from across the university. The program also includes a smaller number of visiting fellows from other institutions.

Governance and Technology Center names 2021-22 faculty fellows

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