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Connected Life 2019: Data and Disorder

Connected Life 2019: Data and Disorder

Published on
20 Jun 2019

The Oxford Internet Institute is delighted to be supporting Connected Life 2019 in conjunction with the London School of Economics (LSE), and the Alan Turing Institute (The Turing). This year additional support has been provided by the PhD Academy of the LSE and the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC).  A full programme of events will be taking place in Oxford (24th June) and London (25th June), featuring 82 speakers from 51 Universities and Research Institutes across 19 countries. For more information, including details of the keynotes, speakers and venues, visit the Connected Life website. 

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About Connected Life

Based at Oxford University and the London School of Economics, Connected Life 2019 Data & Disorder will provide an engaging forum for a cross-disciplinary network of researchers from around the world to consider the broad societal implications of automated data collection, processing, and analysis in all facets of daily life. In an effort to include diverse perspectives from across the intellectual spectrum, the student-led conference welcomes contributions from postgraduate students and faculty from all departments, including but not limited to computer science, digital humanities, economics, education, history, international relations, law, linguistics, literature, media and communications, philosophy, politics, psychology, and sociology.

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