Public service and conservation
Center for Research on
Computation and Society
We are sorry to report that, due to evolving concerns about COVID-19, CRCS seminars for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester have been cancelled. We will be in touch as new information becomes available. 

The Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS), at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, brings together computer scientists and scholars from a broad range of fields to make advances in computational research that serve public interest. We are currently collaborating on interdisciplinary projects in areas such as conservation and public health. CRCS is informed by a deep knowledge of the societal issues at stake and by a commitment to advancing the human condition through cutting edge collaboration between computational and social science.

Professor Milind Tambe CRCS Director's Letter


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Latest videos:

Hima Lakkaraju: How can we Fool LIME and SHAP? Adversarial Attacks on Explanation Methods

David Kempe: Security Games: Quasi-Regular Seqences, and a New Version of TSP

Eugene Vorobeychik: Adversarial Machine Learning: from Models to Practice

Aditya Grover: Bias in Generative Modeling

Max Kleiman-Weiner: Reverse Engineering Human Morality

Andrew Perrault: Game-Focused Learning in Cooperative and Non-Cooperative

Sarah Keren: Goal Recognition Design

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AI for Social Good: Learning and Planning
in the Data-to-Deployment Pipeline

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