PhD Candidate - MIT Internet Policy Research Initiative (IPRI)
Jonathan Frankle is PhD candidate in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the MIT, where he investigates the basic science of modern artificial intelligence and studies applied cryptography and technology policy. He also teaches “Programming for Lawyers” at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he previously served as a staff technologist and adjunct professor of law (2015-16). He earned his Bachelor’s (summa cum laude, top departmental prize) and Master’s degrees in computer science at Princeton University.
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