In the past several years, I've organized the Technology & Society Reading Group as an Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University's Center for Information Technology and created two new seminars about emerging technology as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Seton Hall University's School of Law.
In doing so, I found many excellent background resources, advocacy work, government reports, industry reports, and academic scholarship - but scattered across disciplines, sectors, and legal doctrine.
I've gathered and curated an extensive collection of background resources, teaching materials and recent work. I'll be posting and publishing these soon (most likely the beginning of January).
I'd appreciate any input - please promote excellent work, especially by newer scholars or those who aren't typically part of the current conversation.
I'm also considering the best way to offer these resources. Ideally I'd like to create a way for people to be able to contribute new resources without things becoming too chaotic. (Current ideas: RSS feed, Zotero list, Slack channel, wiki, submission form here - and very open to any suggestions.)
Stay tuned for some more details about topics, etc.