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.
News from current fellows and awardees
- Is it possible to take the toxicity out of AI? — featuring fellow Abeba Birhane in Siliconrepublic
- ChatGPT, Galactica, and the Progress Trap—featuring fellow Abeba Birhane and alum Deb Raji in WIRED
- What is generative AI, and why is it suddenly everywhere?—featuring fellow Abeba Birhane and alum Deb Raji in Vox
- A plea against frictionalities—featuring fellow Bogdana Rakova in Bertelsmann Foundation
- January 8 and the Information Crisis in Brazilian Democracy - featuring fellow Lori Regattieri in Tech Policy Press
- Read the blog post series exploring alternatives to platforms’ exploitative Terms of Service, written by fellow Bogdana Rakova on our website: part 1, part 2, part 3.
Fellowship and Awardee Alumni News
- How To Fix Canada’s Proposed Artificial Intelligence Act—featuring alum Deb Raji in Tech Policy Press
- Pundits worry over Facebook, Twitter, TikTok’s commitment to curb misinformation in Nigeria’s general elections—featuring alum Odanga Madung in Naija247News
- Brazil, Kenya, the US – tech giants are putting democracy in peril the world over—featuring alum Odanga Madung in The Guardian
- Join us in welcoming our newest cohort of Mozilla Senior Tech Policy Fellows—Jasmine McNealy, Tarcizio Silva, Lucy Purdon, Julia Keseru and Kristophina Shilongo. They are joining ourcurrent Senior Trustworthy AI Fellows to work alongside the Mozilla Foundation as we continue to explore a future where responsible AI is the norm.
- Jeremy Rye joined the Fellowship and Awards team as a Senior Program Officer (parental cover)
- The work of our alumni is now available on the Mozilla Research Hub. If you are a Mozilla alum interested in having your work featured, please reach out to [email protected]
- The Creative Media Awards judging panel has been announced. Judges will select the winners who will receive between $15,000 and $30,000 to help bring their project to life on the web. Read more here.
- After four successful years supporting the future of responsible computing education, the Responsible Computer Science Challenge announced it is changing its name to the Responsible Computing Challenge. Read more about the announcement here. The applications are now open for Responsible Computing Challenge applications in the US. You can find details on our website.