Saturday Seminar

The AI Health Care Dilemma

The AI Health Care Dilemma

Scholars explore regulatory approaches to artificial intelligence in the health care sector.

The Key to Rent Control

The Key to Rent Control

Scholars engage the ongoing debate on rent control regulation amid a global spike in housing costs.

Mitigating Algorithmic Harms

Mitigating Algorithmic Harms

Scholars discuss how regulation could shape the impact of data privacy and technology on marginalized communities.

Matching Dating Apps with Regulation

Matching Dating Apps with Regulation

In this week’s Saturday Seminar, experts discuss ways to hold dating applications accountable for user privacy and online harassment.

Regulating to Increase K-12 Student Achievement

Regulating to Increase K-12 Student Achievement

Experts explore childhood education regulation amid a pandemic environment.

Hacking Broadband Access in Tribal Lands

Hacking Broadband Access in Tribal Lands

Scholars examine broadband access in tribal lands and the effects of poor internet service on Native American communities.

Telehealth Abortion Care

Telehealth Abortion Care

Scholars consider how the authorization of telehealth can expand access to medication abortion.

Are Food Regulators Stepping up to the Plate?

Are Food Regulators Stepping up to the Plate?

In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship discussing quality and safety issues within U.S. food regulation.

Digital Privacy in the Post-Dobbs Landscape

Digital Privacy in the Post-Dobbs Landscape

Following the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, experts discuss abortion-related data privacy concerns.

Hallucinate, Medicate, and Regulate

Hallucinate, Medicate, and Regulate

In this week’s Saturday Seminar, experts discuss ways to regulate psychedelics for medicinal use.

The Regulation of Assisted Reproduction

The Regulation of Assisted Reproduction

Experts discuss the role of regulation in standardizing fertility treatment.

Has the “Every Student Succeeds Act” Left Children Behind?

Has the “Every Student Succeeds Act” Left Children Behind?

Scholars reflect on whether ESSA’s regulatory structure promotes or inhibits educational equity.