‘Lie Machine’s UK book launch
Recorded: 24 June 2020
Dr Scott A. Hale discusses how text similarity algorithms are being used to help fact-checkers locate misinformation, cluster similar misinformation, and identify existing fact-checks on platforms with end-to-end encryption. Moderated by Dr Chico Camargo.
Recorded: 24 June 2020
Professor Philip Howard presents his new book 'Lie Machines' in this UK launch, which offers new insights into the world's most damaging disinformation campaigns. He is joined by Dr Vidya Narayanan.
Data, data (science), get us out of here! Recommendations for resilient and fair policy-making in a crisis
Recorded: 17 June 2020
Professor Helen Margetts and Professor Ben MacArthur provide clarity and make concrete recommendations as to how policy-makers can ensure that data and data science are our ticket back to normality.
Recorded: 10 June 2020
Professor Sandra Wachter, Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute examines non-discriminatory AI.
Recorded: 3 June 2020
Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo, discusses the use of AI and it’s associated trust issues in national defence. Moderated by Andreas Tsamados
Recorded: 27 May 2020
Professor Luciano Floridi examines the ethics of newly created COVID-19 tracking apps. Moderated by Jess Morley.
Recorded: 20 May 2020
Professor Philip Howard presents his new book ‘Lie Machines’, which offers new insights into the world’s most damaging disinformation campaigns. In this video we have the Question & Answer part of the talk.
Recorded: 13 May 2020
Dr Bernie Hogan and Dr Adam Mahdi discuss 'The good, the Bad, and the Ugly Data: Opportunities and Challenges for Data Science and Contact Tracing on SARS-CoV-2'
Recorded: 6 May 2020
The OII welcomes back Yorick Wilks, for his talk exploring the relationship between religion and artificial intelligence.
Switched to remote: trust, collaboration networks, and leadership challenges in organisations working from home
Recorded: 29 April 2020
In this Wednesday Webinar Dr Balazs Vedres, Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, discusses the implications and challenges of remote working.
Recorded: 22 April 2020
As part of the OII’s new webinar series, Nahema Marchal from the Computational Propaganda Project discusses initial reactions of their YouTube search analysis.