J. Nathan Matias is a computational social scientist who organizes millions of people in citizen behavioral science for a fairer, safer, more understanding internet. At Princeton, he is a post-doctoral researcher in the Paluck Lab, the Center for Information Technology Policy, and the sociology department. His recent research has focused on preventing harassment, reducing discrimination, responding to human/algorithmic misinformation, and auditing social technologies. Before Princeton, Nathan completed a PhD at the MIT Media Lab’s Center for Civic Media, worked in tech startups that have reached over a billion users, and helped start a series of education and journalistic charities. His writings have appeared in The Atlantic, PBS, the Guardian, and other international media.
J. Nathan Matias
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Center for Information Technology Policy
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