Social Justice in the Digital Economy: Summer Webinar Series

Social Justice in the Digital Economy: Summer Webinar Series

What do we understand social justice to be in the fast-changing world of adjusting to and developing digital technology? What can we learn about changing values of/for social justice by considering four different areas of the digital economy? Join us for one or more of our week of events to discuss this critical topic.

Monday 7th June // 6pm – 7:30pm BST

The Evolution of Social Justice in the age of Networks and Machine Learning

Join us this evening where world-leading researchers and academics in Design, HCI and Human Rights help us explore the ‘life’ of data; how thinking about AI as relational infrastructures changes the ethical questions and concerns we work with; and how Big Tech and AI affect human rights.

Keynote Speakers

Prof Irina Shklovski, University of Copenhagen – AI as Relational Infrastructure

Dr Michael Muller, Research and Master Inventor, IBM – Interrogating the Machine Learning Pipeline from Within

Prof Lorna McGregor, Human Rights Centre, Essex University – Human Rights Implications of New and Emerging Technologies

Chair: Prof Ann Light, Sussex University

Find out more about the talks and speakers here.


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Jun 07 - 10 2021


1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

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