Teaching & Learning


Harvard Professor Bruce Schneier on AI Regulation and Data Protection Policies

Data protection policies in the United States and future regulatory change surrounding artificial intelligence.

Radcliffe Institute Announces 2024-2025 Fellows

Scholars will pursue interdisciplinary research on climate change, the Supreme Court, and more. 

by Nina Pasquini

Finding Harvard’s Voice

Danielle Allen’s educational vision

by Max J. Krupnick

Artificial Intelligence in the Academy

Harvard symposium assesses the new technology.

by Jonathan Shaw

Academia’s Absence from Homelessness

“The lack of dedicated research funding in this area is a major, major problem.”

by Lydialyle Gibson

AI: The Course

A new Harvard course on artificial intelligence teaches students how to use the tool responsibly.

by Jonathan Shaw

Making the Public Record Public

Harvard legal database released

by Max J. Krupnick

Should AI Be Scaled Down?

The case for maximizing AI models’ efficiency—not size

by Nina Pasquini

Universities in Public Debates

Institutional position-taking at Harvard and in higher education

by Jonathan Shaw

Applying AI—How and Why

Using AI in pedagogy, research, and University administration

by Jonathan Shaw

Talking about Talking

Fostering healthy disagreement

by Max J. Krupnick