• OXDEG: Researching with African techies

    Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019

    Speakers: Dr Eleanor R Marchant

    OXDEG welcomes the talk 'Researching with African techies: Lessons from a digital ethnography with a Kenyan tech entrepreneurs’ community' By Dr Eleanor R Marchant

  • What Society Must Require from AI

    Date: Tuesday 14 May 2019

    Speakers: Ron Baecker

    The Oxford Internet Institute is delighted to welcome Ron Baecker from the University of Toronto for his talk titled 'What Society Must Require from AI'

  • OxDeg: Ethics Panel II

    Date: Wednesday 8 May 2019

    Panellists will reflect on ethical challenges encountered in the context of digital research/digital ethnography and how they overcame any hurdles by sharing their approaches.

  • Re-Engineering Humanity

    Date: Tuesday 23 April 2019

    Speakers: Brett Frischmann

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Brett Frischmann from Villanova University, to discuss his book 'Re-Engineering Humanity'.

  • Large Teams Develop and Small Teams Disrupt Science and Technology

    Date: Monday 25 February 2019

    Speakers: James Evans

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome James Evans from the University of Chicago for the talk 'Large Teams Develop and Small Teams Disrupt Science and Technology'. There will be a drinks reception after the talk.

  • OxDeg: Ethics Panel I

    Date: Wednesday 23 January 2019

    Speakers: Theodora Sutton, Summer Qasim, Yi Yang

    Panellists will reflect on ethical challenges in the context of digital ethnography and how they overcame any hurdles by sharing their approaches.

  • Measuring traffic manipulation on Twitter

    Date: Tuesday 15 January 2019

    Speakers: Ben Nimmo

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Ben Nimmo from the Atlantic Council for the talk 'Measuring traffic manipulation on social media'.

  • OxDeg: The Disappearing YouTube Archives of the Syrian War

    Date: Wednesday 28 November 2018

    Speakers: Dr. Dima Saber

    The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Dr Dima Saber from Birmingham City University for the OxDeg talk "The Disappearing YouTube Archives of the Syrian War".