Scaling Cybersecurity Support for Civil Society

Room 107, South Hall South Hall Rd, Berkeley, CA

The internet’s promise as an open platform for free expression and assembly has come under increasing threat as governments, hate groups, terrorists, and multinational corporations have deployed sophisticated…

Cybersecurity 2024

Crocker Museum 216 O St., Sacramento, CA

To be held in Sacramento, this event is presented as part of Discover Cal, a traveling lecture series that brings UC Berkeley’s distinguished faculty to the extended Cal family for compelling lectures in an informal setting. Join Steven Weber, director of UC Berkeley’s  Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity and a professor in the School of Information, and Amit Elazari, director of global cybersecurity at Intel and lecturer at Berkeley’s School of Information, for a timely and provocative exploration of human interaction with computers and technology, and a forecast of cybersecurity in 2024 to illuminate what’s at stake today.

$25 – $40

Citizen Clinic Spring 2020 Infosession

Hearst Field Annex Building B 2545-2581 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA

Have you heard about how UC Berkeley students are helping to defend civil society organizations from cyberattacks, disinformation, and online abuse? Examples of student projects include: Protecting the…

AI & Responsible Design: Perspectives from Practitioners

Room 210, South Hall Berkeley, CA

Sponsored by the Algorithmic Fairness and Opacity Group (AFOG) Join us for a panel discussion on how designers, UX researchers, and other experts in industry are thinking about ethical…

CLTC Seminar: Indigenous-led Security and Digital Safety

Room 202, South Hall South Hall Rd, Berkeley, CA

The rights of Indigenous people and their lands and territories are under increased threat around the world. In response, Indigenous communities and those working with them to support…

CLTC Seminar: “Veridical Data Science” with Professor Bin Yu

Room 202, South Hall South Hall Rd, Berkeley, CA

A video recording of this seminar presentation can be found here. Abstract Veridical data science is important because it extracts reliable and reproducible information from data, with an…

[CANCELED] AI Governance: Mitigating Misuse Potential

Great Hall, Bancroft Hotel 2680 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA

**Update on 3/5/2020: Our March 18th event on 'AI Governance: Mitigating Misuse Potential' has been canceled due to flight restrictions for our international panelists in the wake of further…