Tag: Law in Computation

Quantum Arms Race

Parth Sabharwal , November 24th, 2020


A lot has been said and written about the impending unleashing of quantum technology in the world. Whereas many sing paeans to the potential of the technology to…


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Regulating Physical Places with Digital Code

batesc , May 31st, 2018


Editor’s Note: This is the seventh and final post in our Law in Computation series. At first, I was perplexed by the K5 by Knightscope, a “fully autonomous security…


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Rule of Law by Machine? Not so Fast!

lynchm , May 24th, 2018


Editor’s Note: This is the sixth post in our Law in Computation series. Back in the mid-1990s when I was a graduate student, I “interned” at a parole…


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Data Doppelgängers and Issues of Consent

noopur , May 22nd, 2018


Editor’s Note: This is the fifth post in our Law in Computation series. In February 2018, journalist Kashmir Hill wrote about her collaboration with researcher Surya Mattu to…


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