Brett Frischmann is the Charles Widger Endowed University professor in law, business and economics at Villanova. His interdisciplinary research on the relationships between infrastructural resources, governance, commons, and spillovers includes a series of foundational books and articles. His 2018 book, Re-Engineering Humanity, co-authored with Evan Selinger, thoroughly examines various mechanisms for techno-social engineering of humans, including algorithmic amplification, as well as the normative conflict between engineered optimality and commitments to human freedom and pluralism. Frischmann is an affiliated scholar of the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford, an affiliated faculty member of the Vincent and Elinor Ostrom Workshop in political theory and policy analysis at Indiana University, and a trustee for the Nexa Center for Internet & Society, Politecnico di Torino. Frischmann also served as the Microsoft visiting professor of information and technology policy at Princeton University’s Center for Information and Technology Policy.