Monday, 15 April 2019

#CIGR2019 Full programme now available May 3

‘With great power comes great responsibility – Internet policy in an age of disaster capitalism’
Latest programme available here - please cancel ticket if unable to attend as this frees up a space
May 3: Venue: IALS London if registered via EventBrite
1000-1030: Registration 
1115-1230: PANEL 1 'Liability and disaster capitalism'
Chair: CIGR Director Chris Marsden  @ChrisTMarsden Speakers: Prof. Andrew Murray @AndrewDMurray (LSE), Dr Alison Powell  @a_b_powell (), Prof. Jon Crowcroft @tforcworc (Turing/Cambridge Computer Lab), Dr Jonathan Cave @JAKCave (Warwick/Turing)

1230-1315: Lunch provided

1315-1415: PANEL 2 ‘Journalism in the public interest: international perspectives’ co-organised @infolawcentre
Chair: @NoraNiLoideain Panel Dr Idil Osman idil_osman (SOAS) Dr Judith Townend @JTownend (@SussCIGR

1415-1445: Coffee

1445-1615: PANEL 3 Panel on Algorithmic Decision-Making co-organised by CIS-CNRS
Speakers: Dr Melanie Dulong de Rosnay @melanieddr  (Center for Internet and Society of CNRS) on loyalty over transparency, Dr Andres Guadamuz @technollama on Algorithmic Decision-Making from an internet regulation perspective Dr Maria Frabboni @MMFrabboni Becky Hogge @barefoot_techie (Open Society Foundation) on accountability, Dr Argyro Karanasiou @ArKaranasiou (Greenwich) on Multi Modal Data Fusion in Algorithmic Decision-Making,

1615-1630: Conclusion and exeunt to drinks

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