Kenny Chen is a Master’s student in Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and a researcher at Harvard’s Technology and Public Purpose Project. He applies a cross-sector and multidisciplinary background toward exploring concepts of trust and trustworthiness in human-AI systems. Previously, Kenny served as Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Partnership to Advance Responsible Technology (PART) and PGH.AI. He remains an active member of various international communities and initiatives around AI ethics, policy, and governance, including XPRIZE, AI Commons, and the UN’s AI for Good platform.
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Mitigating Doxing Risks: Strategies to Prevent Online Threats from Translating to Offline Harms
The growing use of channels for finding and sharing information about people have made doxing increasingly widespread and dangerous.
06.02.21 | 2 min read