Date: Wednesday 14 July 2021
AI Yesterday is a digital zine that challenges dominant narratives about AI’s potential futures. It engages with histories of AI, up to & including yesterday. You are invited to join this workshop.
The Internet’s Reluctant Sheriffs: Content moderation and political gatekeeping through Internet infrastructure
Date: Wednesday 16 June 2021
Speakers: Dr Corinne Cath-Speth
The OII is delighted to present Dr. Corinne Cath, a recent graduate of the Oxford Internet Institute and the Alan Turing Institute for AI and Data Science. They're a cultural anthropologist who study the politics of Internet infrastructure.
Date: Tuesday 15 June 2021
Speakers: Prof Mark Graham, Prof Jack Linchuan Qiu, Dr Uma Rani, Sharan Burrow, Dr Kelle Howson, Dr Hannah Johnston
We would like to invite you to this one-hour-long webinar in which we will present the main findings of the report and discuss the labour conditions in the global cloudwork economy with a panel of distinguished experts.
OxDEG: How can ethnography inform policy? Insights from digital ethnographic methods and the social semantic network
Date: Monday 14 June 2021
Speakers: Kate J Sim, Amelia Hassoun, Leonie Schulte
The OII welcomes Amelia Hassoun, Leonie Schulte and Kate J Sim for this final OxDEG seminar of the term.
Date: Wednesday 2 June 2021
Speakers: Professor Lilly Irani
The OII is delighted to welcome Professor Lilly Irani, Associate Professor of Communication & Science Studies at University of California, San Diego.
Date: Wednesday 26 May 2021
Speakers: Kavita Philip, Mar Hicks, Benjamin Peters, Thomas S. Mullaney
The OII is pleased to welcome the four editors of the book 'Your Computer is on Fire' for this online book launch, hosted by Professor Gina Neff.
Date: Tuesday 25 May 2021
Fairwork UK Ratings 2021: Labour Standards in the Gig Economy
Date: Tuesday 25 May 2021
OxDEG is pleased to welcome Dr. Peaks Krafft to deliver this online session
Date: Wednesday 19 May 2021
Speakers: Professor Deen Freelon
The OII is pleased to welcome Professor Deen Freelon for this webinar, hosted by DPhil candidate Felix M. Simon.
OxDEG – Living with Technology, Turning Down the News: Forces of Disenchantment and Re-Enchantment in a Community of Digital Detoxers
Date: Monday 17 May 2021
OxDEG is pleased to welcome Dr. Theodora Sutton to deliver this online session.
Date: Wednesday 12 May 2021
Speakers: Kristofer Erickson
Dr Kristofer Erickson is Associate Professor in Media and Communication at Leeds University. We are delighted to welcome him for this webinar, hosted by Professor Philip Howard.
Date: Wednesday 5 May 2021
Join us for a panel discussion, with OII Directors past and present, reflecting on what the OII has achieved in the last 20 years, and how it hopes to address current and future technology challenges going forward.
Date: Wednesday 28 April 2021
Speakers: Professor Ian Milligan
The OII is delighted to welcome Ian Milligan from the University of Waterloo, hosted by Professor Ralph Schroeder. Ian's research focuses on historians use of web archives, as well as the impact of digital sources on historical practices more generally.
Date: Monday 12 April 2021
A presentation on the work of Fairwork in Ecuador, examining labour standards in the gig economy. Please note this webinar will be in Spanish.
Date: Wednesday 17 March 2021
Speakers: Dr Charles Kriel, Katharina Gellein Viken
A unique opportunity for a discussion and Q&A with the co-directors and star of ‘People You May Know’, Dr Charles Kriel & Katharina Gellein Viken. Registrants will be provided a link to enable free viewing of the documentary in advance of this event.
OII’s Wednesday Webinar Week 8 ‘The Future of Knowledge Governance: Sharing and Creating Knowledge for All’
Date: Wednesday 10 March 2021
Speakers: Katherine Maher
The Oxford Internet Institute welcomes Katherine Maher, the CEO and Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation, hosted by Professor Philip Howard, Director of the OII.
Date: Monday 8 March 2021
Join us for our third ethnographic methods surgery, where we invite students and researchers to bring their methodological questions and receive advice from organisers and attendees.
OII’s Wednesday Webinar Week 7 ‘From facial recognition technology to children online: regulating data protection in 2021’
Date: Wednesday 3 March 2021
Speakers: Elizabeth Denham CBE
The Oxford Internet Institute is delighted to welcome Elizabeth Denham CBE, the UK Information Commissioner, hosted by Professor Victoria Nash of the OII. Elizabeth will discuss the future of data protection regulation in a post Brexit landscape.
OII’s Wednesday Webinar Week 6 ‘What is “urban data justice”?: Defining, conceptualizing, and exploring data use, re-use, and refusal for racial justice’
Date: Wednesday 24 February 2021
Speakers: Dr Matthew Bui
As part of the Next Gen series Professor Gina Neff of the OII hosts Dr Matthew Bui, during this webinar he will explore the relationship between marginalized communities of color and data.
Date: Monday 22 February 2021
Speakers: Professor Simone Natale
Professor Simone Natale will argue that AI resides also, and especially, in the perception of human users. This talk will present materials from his new monograph, Deceitful Media: Artificial Intelligence and Social Life after the Turing Test.