Daniella joins us after spending the last five years as Director of the Columbia Startup Lab. She’s here to build out our open source and technologist community, creating paid and volunteer opportunities for smart people to work with CR on our key innovation themes.
Blog posts by Daniella Raposo
A new study from Northeastern University in Boston found that voice assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Assistant use your voice interactions to draw conclusions about you. Based on what you say to the devices, Google infers things like your marital status and homeowner status, while Amazon notes products you may be interested in. Read the
We’re pleased to announce six public interest technology Fellows working with CR this summer. Three fellows are being onboarded as part of our IoT Design Fellowship (link to original post), with three additional Fellows joining us via partnerships with the Public Interest Technology Initiative at Cornell Tech and the Ethics, Society, & Technology Hub at Stanford.
At the grocery store, we can read and compare nutritional information, thanks to the standardized Nutrition Facts label. At big box retailers, we can review Energy Guide estimates of the annual energy consumption of appliances. What if all connected devices came with the equivalent of a privacy & cybersecurity “nutritional label”? Intrigued? Keep reading. The