Professor Elana Zeide published her second article of the month, Big Proctor: Online Proctoring Problems and How FERPA Can Promote Student Data Due Process. This article was published in the Notre Dame Journal on Emerging Technologies, Volume 3, Issue 1 on January 25th, 2023.
The abstract for the article is below:
Professor Elana Zeide's article, The Silicon Ceiling: How Artificial Intelligence Constructs an Invisible Barrier to Opportunity, was published in the University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review, Vol. 91, No. 403.
The abstract for the paper is below:
Today we visit with Mailyn Fidler, Nebraska Governance and Technology Center faculty, on her trip to the African Data Protection Conference from September 11th through the 18th.
Tell us about your research and your work.
I research African technology policy laws, from cybersecurity to data protection. I track how politics affects the development and goals of laws in these new technological areas. I have traveled to and conducted in African countries since 2015.
What lead to your travels in Ghana?
The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center (NGTC) is pleased to announce the winners of its second annual Student Writing Competition.
The theme for student writers was “how technology regulates.” Technology regulates human conduct in many ways. This can include being designed to either enable or prohibit activities, or being used to control activities directly. Digital platforms’ content moderation changes our information economy and democratic society. The Student Writing Competition welcomes topics such as these, as well as related themes.
The Nebraska Governance and Technology Center (NGTC) held its first Student Fellows retreat from August 26th through August 28th in Ashland, Nebraska. Complete with overnight lodging rooms and dining options, the Carol Joy Holling Conference and Retreat Center warmly welcomed us as the retreat unfolded. Following introductions on Friday evening, there was a guided night hike and Center campfire.