The team of the ResisTIC project (“The Net Resisters: Criticizing and escaping digital coercion in Russia”, funded by the French National Agency for Research-ANR / resistic.fr), releases a call for papers for the international conference “Criticism and circumvention of control and surveillance on the Internet”.
The AI + Society Initiative invite emerging scholars in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) and regulation to participate in a workshop where they will be granted the opportunity to present their draft paper to leading scholars in the field of AI and the law.
The AI + Society Initiative at the University of Ottawa is seeking candidates for a Scotiabank Postdoctoral Fellowship on AI and Inclusion.
Understanding the capacities and limitations of complex new technologies like AI calls for more than just a technical perspective. June 16-18, 2021. Register for the conference at this link. Early-bird pricing is available until April 30, 2021.
INSEIT announces its liaison and collaboration with the EU project SIENNA on Technology, Ethics and Human Rights.
This publication aims at developing a ground-breaking interdisciplinary body of research on Digital Sovereignty by focusing on related discourses, legislations and regulations, and technological projects developed by BRICS countries to (re)assert their Digital Sovereignty.
As announced by the INSEIT Weizenbam award committee, the recipient of the 2021 award is Professor Rafael Capurro.