Date: Wednesday 26 February 2020
Speakers: Dr Richard Williams
The OII is delighted to present Dr Richard Williams (SOAS University of London) for the next Digital Ethnography Group session, discussing The Coke Studio in Pakistan, and it's effects on the arts in the country's narrative.
Date: Tuesday 25 February 2020
Speakers: Alberto Acerbi
The OII welcomes Alberto Acerbi for his talk on cultural evolution as a framework for information production
Date: Wednesday 12 February 2020
Speakers: Ulrik Lyngs
OxDEG welcomes Ulrik Lyngs for their talk 'Digital Wellbeing in Practice: Examining the Effectiveness of Digital Self-Control Strategies'
Date: Tuesday 4 February 2020
Speakers: Hernán Galperin
The OII is pleased to present Hernán Galperin for a talk in the Seminar Room, followed by a drinks reception, for his talk on the rapid expansion of the gig economy, and the concerns about the role of algorithms in labour markets.
Date: Wednesday 29 January 2020
Speakers: Edmond Awad
OXDEG presents the first Hilary Term seminar - The Moral Machine Experiment with Edmond Awad
Date: Tuesday 28 January 2020
Speakers: Professor Victoria Nash
The OII is excited to present the Deputy Director of the OII, Professor Victoria Nash at The British Academy, for the lecture: 'Connected cots, talking teddies and the rise of the algorithmic child: Protecting children in the era of the smart home'
Date: Monday 27 January 2020
Speakers: Gina Neff, Vidya Narayanan
A seminar series intending to explore the ethical challenges posed by AI to fields ranging from medicine, technology and government.
Date: Tuesday 10 December 2019
This one-day symposium aims to foster a conversation on the relevance and importance of pluralist perspectives on digital ethics.
Date: Tuesday 3 December 2019
Speakers: Turi Munthe
The Oxford Internet Institute is delighted to welcome Turi Munthe, media entrepreneur and investor, and founder of Demotix.
Date: Friday 29 November 2019
Big Brother Watch and Open Rights Group are collaborating to bring together local campaigners, techies, and the public to have a CryptoParty in the hope local activists may continue to spread digital privacy and empowerment through CryptoParties!
Date: Tuesday 26 November 2019
Speakers: Dr Saiph Savage
The Oxford Internet Institute is delighted to welcome Dr Saiph Savage for our Michaelmas Colloquia
Date: Wednesday 20 November 2019
In 10 minute slots, attendees are invited to outline their research project, along with methodological problems or questions they are struggling with, to receive feedback and advice from around the room.
Date: Tuesday 19 November 2019
Speakers: Dame Wendy Hall
The Windmills of Your Mind: Reflections of a career in computer science research
Date: Thursday 14 November 2019
Speakers: Professor Richard Susskind OBE
Book launch: "Online Courts and the Future of Justice" by Professor Richard Susskind OBE
Date: Wednesday 13 November 2019
Speakers: Dr Alondra Nelson
The OII is delighted to welcome Dr Alondra Nelson for our autumn Bellwether Lecture at the Weston Library.
Date: Wednesday 6 November 2019
Speakers: Zoë Glatt
We are delighted to welcome Zoë Glatt for an OxDEG talk on 'An (auto)ethnography of YouTube creators’ labour in the online video industry'
Date: Tuesday 29 October 2019
Speakers: Ania Calderon, Hong Qu
The OII is delighted to welcome Ania Calderon and Hong Qu for their talk on AI blindspots.
Date: Monday 28 October 2019
Speakers: Professor Mark Graham
Geographers have long been interested in the spaces brought into being by the internet. More recent framings instead see digital geographies as always-augmented, hybrid, and ontogenetic: integrally embedded into everyday life.
Date: Tuesday 22 October 2019
Speakers: Professor Andrew Przybylski
A lecture by Professor Andrew Przybylski - Associate Professor, Senior Research Fellow and Director of Research, Oxford Internet Institute
Date: Thursday 17 October 2019
Speakers: Eli Noam
What is the next generation of digital television? How will it be managed? And, more generally, are the principles of business management applicable to new digital organisations?