Kate Crawford

Kate Crawford is a principal researcher at Microsoft Research, a visiting professor at the MIT Center for Civic Media and a senior fellow at the NYU Information Law Institute. She examines how people engage with networked technologies and analyzes the related political, cultural, legal, ethical and policy issues. The themes of data and community resilience are integral to Crawford’s current work as she tracks the implications for power and knowledge in the shift to big data. Crawford is also an experimental electronic musician who has released numerous recordings and performed around the world with artists ranging from the Beastie Boys to Scanner. She is a long-standing member of Clan Analogue, a collective for innovative electronic arts and sound.
  • Fellow 2013 Bellagio/PopTech Fellows

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2013 Bellagio/PopTech Fellows Announced

2013 Bellagio/PopTech Fellows Announced

This August in Bellagio, Italy, the Rockefeller Foundation and PopTech are bringing together a group of select Fellows to participate in the inaugural offering of a unique collaborative incubator focused on topics relevant to the lives of poor and vulnerable populations.

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