Changes in the ways knowledge is created and used — and how this is enabled by new information technologies — are driving economic and social development worldwide
Corrine Cath on a landmark document that focuses on the role and responsibilities of the private sector towards the right to freedom of expression.
Wikipedia uses editing bots to clean articles: but what happens when their interactions go bad?
Oxford Internet Institute Launches Digital Ethics Lab: Tackles Ethical Challenges Posed by Digital Innovation
Is Social Media Killing Democracy? Computational Propaganda, Algorithms, Automation and Public Life
Speakers: Professor Philip Howard
The New ABCs of Research: Achieving Breakthrough Collaborations
Speakers: Ben Shneiderman
OxCrowd: Tags to Tools: Crowdsourcing to understand and encourage engagement with cultural heritage
Speakers: Dr Kathryn Eccles, Jamie Cameron
Book Talk: Programmed Inequality
Speakers: Marie Hicks
Platforms like Twitter and sources like Wikipedia are important parts of the information diet...
Corinne Cath is a doctoral student at the Oxford Internet Institute and the Alan Turing...
Instagram becomes key battleground for young voters in UK General Election 2017 As the 2017...
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