Census goes digital in India
BBC Sounds | Bhaskar Chakravorti discusses India’s plan for a new digital census, and explains the challenges and opportunities that come along with it.
As Facebook faces fire, US laws protecting kids online languish behind Europe
MarketWatch | Bhaskar Chakravorti is interviewed about privacy law for minors in the U.S., and claims it is acutely behind the effort.
Indian tech unicorns are gaining at China’s expense. Is this a blessing or a bubble waiting to burst?
The Indian Express | In his latest op-ed in The Indian Express, Bhaskar Chakravorti says that last thing India can afford is a bubble that bursts and for capital, talent and technology to take flight and seek refuge elsewhere.
Special Series With Dr. Punita Kumar Sinha: Big Tech – A force for Good or Bad?
InCred | In this episode of ‘Special Series with Punita’, Dr. Punita Kumar Sinha speaks with Bhaskar Chakravorti, Dean of global business at The Fletcher School, as he delves into the intricacies of Big Tech and its pros and cons.
Inclusive Leadership: Closing the Digital Divide with Ajay Banga and Bhaskar Chakravorti
Nasdaq | As a part of Nasdaq’s “World Reimagined” series, Bhaskar Chakravorti and Ajay Banga discuss the importance of building a more digitally inclusive world, and what barriers need to be addressed in doing so.
South Sudan low internet access makes mockery of social media curbs
Nation Africa | Data from Digital Planet’s Digital Intelligence Index (DII) is mentioned in this article about the lack of accessible broadband services in South Sudan.
Lies and Deceit: How Social Media Fuels Misinformation
iHeart Radio Podcast | Bhaskar Chakravorti explains how misinformation spreads on social media platforms and discusses the very real and, in some cases, dire consequences of this.
Facebook’s Taliban Ban Will Prove Costly for Afghans
Foreign Policy | Bhaskar Chakravorti outlines why Facebook’s ban on the Taliban and pro-Taliban content “may make a monumental failure of U.S. intelligence and nation-building even worse.”