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The Stakes of AI: How AI is Changing the Landscape of Antisemitism, Hate and Extremism

Featuring Yasmin Green, Deb Donig, Dr. Libby Hemphill

Mar 6, 2:00pm-3:00pm ET Extremism & Disinformation
Join us for a compelling discussion on how lawmakers, industry and civil society are all concerned about the impact of AI on our world. As we enter into this next phase of AI integration in our lives, it is crucial to understand the best ways to foster innovation and mitigate AI's real and potential harms around antisemitism, hate, harassment and extremism. Explore these questions and more as we discuss the ways in which AI and GAI can and will shape our experiences now and in the future.


Deb Donig

Professor and ADL Belfer Fellow

Deb Donig is an Assistant Professor of English Literature at Cal Poly and a Lecturer UC Berkeley’s School of Information in the MA in Data Science Program. She is the co-founder of the Cal Poly Ethical Technology Initiative and the host of “Technically Human,” a podcast where she talks with major thinkers, writers, and industry-leading technologists about the relationship between humans and the technologies we create. She is the 2023-2024 Belfer Fellow at the Center for Technology and Society at the ADL and a Fellow at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She has taught and published on a wide variety of areas, including ethical technology, comparative genocide studies, science fiction, African and Caribbean literatures, and The New Yorker. Her first book is on comparative genocide and the ecology of evidence in human rights discourse.

Outside of academia, she consults on film and television projects, including the forthcoming anthology series “Weight of the World,” and the Amazon Prime Series Hunters, produced by Jordan Peele and starring Al Pacino. In 2020, she was featured as an expert in the documentary “Hunters: Behind the Scenes,” where she discussed the role of fiction in and the ethics of representing the Holocaust.

Dr. Libby Hemphill

Associate Professor, University of Michigan School of Information

Libby Hemphill, PhD, is an associate professor at the University of Michigan where she studies extremism in social media, data access, and data curation. She was a Belfer Fellow at ADL and wrote Very Fine People: What Social Media Platforms Miss About White Supremacist Speech. She uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to understand how extremism in social media changes over time and how to encourage healthy, productive social media conversations.


Yasmin Green

Jigsaw CEO

Yasmin Green is the CEO of Jigsaw, a unit within Google that addresses threats to open societies. She leads an interdisciplinary team that researches and develops technical solutions across a range of global security challenges, including violent extremism, repressive censorship, hate, harassment, and disinformation. Yasmin has spent 17 years at Google serving in a variety of roles including strategy, business development and operations in Europe, the Middle-East and Sub-saharan Africa. Yasmin is Co-chair of the Aspen Cybersecurity Group, and sits on the boards of the Anti-Defamation League and the Tory Burch Foundation. Yasmin has been named one of Fortune’s “40 Under 40” most influential young leaders, and one of Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business.”