Emily Fritcke

Emily Fritcke was a program associate at Future Tense, a joint collaboration with New America, Slate, and Arizona State University, which explores emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy.

Fritcke graduated from Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University, with a BA in English literature and history.

All Work

Happy 30th Birthday to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

Join Future Tense and New America’s Open Technology Institute to reflect on the legacy and future of the law.

Hacking Democracy

More important than whether we vote by paper or electronic ballot, says Emily Fritcke, is whether we can put trust in our electoral system.

My Favorite Movie with Francis Fukuyama: Children of Men

Join Francis Fukuyama for a screening and discussion of Children of Men.

Women's Intelligence Isn't Artificial

Which is why Emily Fritcke wants to work to make sure others of her gender are involved in designing future simulations of human behavior.