Looking to learn more about or engage with Mozilla Fellows and Awardees around the world? Keep your eye on the Mozilla Foundation blog to stay up-to-date with regular updates about these leaders and their work by reviewing the current and upcoming news and announcements below.
AI and internet health
News from current fellows and awardees
- ChatGPT is racist and sexist: normal, he is like us —featuring senior fellow Abeba Birhane in L’ADN
- ‘There is no standard’: investigation finds AI algorithms objectify women’s bodies—featuring senior fellow Abeba Birhane in The Guardian
- Goofy Toof turns outrageous art into sex work advocacy —featuring Creative Media awardee Lena Chen in Pittsburgh City Paper
- ‘Mosquitoes from the same swamp’: How the digital media landscape birthed the internationalist far right—featuring senior fellow Lori Regattieri in Columbia Journalism Review
- One Year of Holding TikTok Accountable—profile of Mozilla Technology Fund awardee TikTok Observatory and their work over the past year.
Fellowship and Awardee Alumni News
- The Information Disorder Calls for Multidisciplinary Collaboration—featuring Tech and Society alumni Odanga Madung and Brian Obilo in The Elephant
- Voices in the Code: Algorithms, People, and ValuesVoices in the Code: Algorithms, People, and Values— featuring alum Deb Raji in Tech Policy Press
- Bram Abramson leads broadcasting and telecom as new CRTC regional commissioner—featuring alum Bram Abramson in Law Times
- Kenyan court says Meta can be sued for psychological distress—featuring alum Odanga Madung in Washington Post
- The first edition of Common Voice Festival took place in Mombasa on February 24th and 25th. During the event, participants learned about Common Voice and how to contribute to the project. People were able to contribute their voices & validate already contributed voices. With prizes for top contributors! Don’t miss future events by keeping an eye on our website.
- Join us in welcoming our newest Mozilla Technology Fund cohort, focused on an emerging area of tech with a real opportunity for impact: auditing tools for AI systems. The 2023 cohort includes eight open-source projects, each receiving up to $50,000 to build tools and provide support to AI auditors. You can learn more about this year’s cohort here.