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Princeton’s first AI4ALL summer program aims to diversify the field of artificial intelligence

Princeton’s inaugural AI4ALL summer program brought 32 rising 11th-graders to campus for an immersive residential camp with the aim of bringing young people from underrepresented groups into the growing field of artificial intelligence.

China's energy policy requires a strategic approach to balance goals

A team of researchers led by Princeton University investigated the environmental impacts of transitioning from coal to natural gas in China, exploring implications on air quality, carbon mitigation and water stress by the year 2020.

Class of 2022 urged to “get involved in challenges of our time”

Joining members of the engineering faculty in welcoming members of the Class of 2022, Dean Emily A. Carter told gathered students that they would make discoveries and create opportunities “that we can’t even think about today.”

Security, Privacy, Humanity

How do we build into digital devices, at the very core, safeguards of privacy, security, and fairness, so that even users with no technical background have assurances of safety and control? 

Tracking the Trackers

Arvind Narayanan's goal is to "shed light on the dark corners of online tracking."

Good online habits start young

Marshini Chetty applies an understanding of computer users' behavior to help keep children safe online.

Technology and ethics intertwine in Nick Feamster’s research

For Nick Feamster and his research group at Princeton, the goal is to deliver the experiences users expect from the "internet of things" while safeguarding personal information.

Mathematical verification tests if software runs as advertised

Andrew Appel, with interests in both computing and public policy, has illuminated topics from election integrity to software verification.

Bringing a broader vision to artificial intelligence

Olga Russakovsky is working to expand diversity in AI research to better serve all of humanity.

Reconciling privacy and convenience

As an undergraduate, Hans Hanley worked with Prateek Mittal, assistant professor of electrical engineering, to improve security within the anonymous Tor browser.

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