The Center for Information Technology Policy uses Princeton’s unique strengths to promote an informed public discussion of digital technologies. Combining faculty expertise in technology and engineering, public policy, and the social sciences with a strong University tradition of service, the Center’s research, teaching, and public programs address digital technologies as they interact with policy, markets, and society. The center is a joint initiative of the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the School of Public and International Affairs.

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News

  • Smiling man wearing a dark suit jacket

    Justice Department designates Mayer to serve as first chief science and technology adviser and chief AI officer

  • Graphic with words IEEE Awards 2024.

    IEEE bestows top honors on three pioneering Princeton engineers

  • Faculty commended for outstanding teaching

  • Group photo of 14 people, holding sign that says Center for Information Technology Policy.

    Summer fellowship gives students hands-on experience with public interest technology

  • Interviewer leans over to speak with two students seated at table.

    AI4All summer program featured on NBC Today show

  • Two server racks face each other across a hallway

    At CITP, students examine broadband inequities and the digital divide

Events

  • February 27

    12:30 pm

    CITP Seminar: Visibility in the Creator Economy: Navigating the Promises and Precarities of Platform Labor

  • March 04

    4:30 pm

    Content Curation in Online Platforms

  • March 05

    12:30 pm

    CITP Seminar: Sociotechnical Designs for Democratic and Pluralistic Governance of Social Media and AI

  • March 19

    12:30 pm

    CITP Seminar: Law and Technology in Theory and Practice

  • March 20

    12:30 pm

    Digital Safety and Security for Survivors of Technology-Mediated Harms

  • April 09

    12:30 pm

    CITP Seminar: Producing More While Knowing Less: The Epistemic Risks of AI

Related Research

  • Data Science

  • Public Policy

  • Entrepreneurship

Faculty

  • Maria Apostolaki

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Andrew Appel

    Computer Science

  • Michael Freedman

    Computer Science

  • Peter Henderson

    Peter Henderson

    Computer Science

  • Brian Kernighan

    Computer Science

  • Aleksandra Korolova

    Computer Science

  • Sanjeev Kulkarni

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

    Operations Research and Financial Engineering

  • Margaret Martonosi

    Computer Science

  • Prateek Mittal

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Arvind Narayanan

    Computer Science

  • Jennifer Rexford

    Computer Science

  • Pramod Viswanath

    Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Matt Weinberg

    Computer Science