Fellows Release Interactive Projects Proposing Innovating Tech Policy Approaches in Washington, D.C.

Fellows are presenting their projects at the Aspen Institute’s D.C. headquarters on Thursday, Oct. 10, as part of the Aspen Tech Policy Hub D.C. Demo Day event

San Francisco, CA, October 10, 2019 ­­– The Aspen Tech Policy Hub, a West Coast-based Aspen Institute policy incubator for distinguished entrepreneurs and engineers, announced the first six projects from the organization’s inaugural class of distinguished fellows. 

The interactive projects cover a number of topics ranging from a loophole in the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), to defining tech buzzwords, data-driven school safety in Florida, digital ad buying systems and the technology industry gender gap. The projects range from toolkits and operational plans to videos and mock regulatory language.

Fellows will present their projects at the Aspen Institute’s D.C. headquarters on Thursday, Oct. 10, as part of the Aspen Tech Policy Hub D.C. Demo Day event.

October 2019 Aspen Tech Policy Hub Projects

Below are summaries of the first six projects released by Aspen Tech Policy Hub fellows. Learn more at https://www.aspentechpolicyhub.org/projects/

To read the full press release, see: Aspen Tech Policy Hub Fellows Release Interactive Projects Proposing Innovating Tech Policy Approaches.