Digital Society Network events
Information School Research seminar, in association with Data, Algorithms and AI in Society Hub.
To mark the launch of the new Digital Politics hub that forms part if the Digital Society Network, we will be holding a networking event for all scholars (including PhDs, early career scholars, lecturers and professors) who can connect their work with this theme. This event will provide an opportunity to share your research focus and feed in ideas about the activities of the hub over the coming year.
With William Allen, University of Oxford.
3 December 2019 @ 4pm - DSN Annual Lecture: Data Power and Counterpower with Chinese characteristics
For more than six decades, actors in the People's Republic of China (PRC) have dreamed of and invested in various cybernetic futures: Maoist or neoliberal, postsocialist or postcapitalist. Yet, most of these dreams ended up in vain. The latest attempt of technological buildup, epitomized by the dispute centered on Huawei, seems to suggest that China has become a global "AI superpower" with sufficient prowess to challenge American dominance and the supremacy of Silicon Valley.
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