Events Calendar

November 2020

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  • OxDEG: Do we need a canonised digital social research? Giuseppe Alessandro Veltri (Unviersity of Trento)
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  • OII: Are We Really Living in an Infodemic? Deconstructing a Buzzword. Chico Camargo and Felix Simon
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  • Turing: Synthetic Data Generation Workshop
  • Algorithms at Work reading group
  • Understanding Intellectual Property (IP) at the University of Oxford
  • Morgan Stanley: Cybersecurity anomaly detection
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  • A beacon for global standards in managing cyber-security risk: the UK financial services reforms of operational resilience and outsourcing. Laura Feldman (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Visiting Professor King College & Oxford)
  • HCC&Safety Reading Group
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  • Capacity Centre webinar: Cybersecurity Capacity Building for the 4th Industrial Revolution – What are the core elements?
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  • ACE Virtual Conference
  • Turing: Urban analytics monthly meetup
  • OII: Understanding Digital Racism After COVID-19. Lisa Nakamura (UMich, Ann Arbor)
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  • Algorithms at Work reading group
  • CDT showcase!
  • EPSRC Engineering funding opportunities
  • OMS: Re-imagining urban mobility after COVID-19. Tim Schwanen, Jennie Middleton & Jim Hall
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  • OxDEG: Music Videos and Prosthetic Memories in Pakistan’s Coke Studio. Richard Williams (SOAS)
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  • OII: There’s an app for that: Tech governance during COVID-19
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  • Algorithms at Work reading group
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  • Copyright Issues Concerning Training Data and Outputs of an Algorithm. Giuseppe Abbamonte (European Commission)
  • Machine Learning in Threat Detection: Challenges and Possible Solutions. Obinna Igbe (Google)
  • Data Trusts: what they are and why we need them. Anouk Ruhaak (AlgorithmWatch and Mozilla)
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  • The EU Copyright Reform: Striking a Fair Balance Between all Rights at Stake. Giuseppe Abbamonte (European Commission)
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  • Algorithms at Work reading group
  • OMS: The Web, internet and data during the pandemic: lessons learnt and new directions. Tim Berners-Lee & Nigel Shadbolt
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  • OxDEG: Fedoras, Virgins, and Hardware: Hackathons and the social dynamics of competitive creation. Siân Brooke (LSE)
  • OMS: 21st century technologies for tackling 21st century pandemics. Christophe Fraser & Oliver Pybus

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