S2E37 - Sue Glueck on Life and Technology

Nebraska Governance and Technology Center Author
05/04/2022 Added
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Most professionals will tell you, career paths are rarely a straight line. On this episode guest co-hosts Elana Zeide and Elsbeth Magilton welcome our advisory board member, Sue Glueck. Glueck is the Senior Director of Academic Relations for Microsoft Corporation’s legal department where she works on AI and ethics, the future of work, privacy, and a myriad of other topics. In March 2022 she met group of law and graduate students at Nebraska about figuring out “Life After Graduation.” She spoke with us about her journey and her current interests at Microsoft - including quantum computing! Sue provided some additional links for listeners! Check them out here: The book I mentioned on Quantum Policy is Law and Policy for the Quantum Age (cambridge.org) co-authored by Professor Chris Hoofnagle at Berkeley Law and Simson L. Garfinkel. I mentioned misinformation/disinformation and the University of Washington’s Center for an Informed Public (https://www.cip.uw.edu) - specifically a class created by two of the professors titled “Calling Bullshit.” Now it’s a book! Calling Bullshit by Carl T. Bergstrom, Jevin D. West: 9780525509202 | PenguinRandomHouse.com: Books. Microsoft has a website that features the tech policy work of over 170 scholars - it’s a great way to get to know the latest in tech policy - Technology | Academics | Policy - / (techpolicy.com). You can follow on Twitter at TAP (@TAPolicy) / Twitter. Here’s an article about AI I didn’t mention but think everyone interested in AI policy should read: Moral Crumple Zones: Cautionary Tales in Human-Robot Interaction (pre-print) by Madeleine Clare Elish

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