The Queens Museum is pleased to present Stephanie Dinkins: On Love and Data, organized by Stamps Gallery, University of Michigan. This is the first survey of the renowned transmedia artist, who creates platforms for dialogue about artificial intelligence as it intersects race, gender, aging, and our future histories. Dinkins’ practice encourages action towards making artificial intelligence systems […]
The International Conference on Social Media & Society (#SMsociety) is a gathering of leading social media researchers from around the world. It is the premier venue for sharing and discovering new peer-reviewed interdisciplinary research on how social media affects society. Organized by the Social Media Lab at Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, #SMSociety provides participants with opportunities to exchange ideas, […]
CDT & SIIA Event Examines Digital Information Campaigns & Online Trust Register here. The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) are hosting Democracy Affirming Technology: Restoring Trust Online, an event highlighting the consequences of malign information campaigns and how stakeholders can restore trust online. Taking place at […]
The Data Power Conference hosts critical reflections on data’s power and the social, political, economic and cultural consequences of data’s increasing presence in our lives, workplaces, and societies. The most recent conference in 2019 focused on the specific theme of global in/security. The 4th Data Power Conference, in June 2022, returns to some of the fundamental […]
During our first two conferences, we brought together people to envision a world where data was no longer a weapon but a powerful tool to promote self-determination, build generational wealth, develop resilience and resistance to environmental catastrophe, and anchor a future where Black lives truly do matter. This year, through panel discussions, workshops, live performances […]
CDT's Tech Prom has been around for more than 15 years, and brings together over 1,000 leaders and innovators in tech policy — from government, industry, civil society, and academia. A night of networking, idea sharing, and learning about emerging issues, Tech Prom celebrates our annual progress within the tech policy landscape.
Rapid improvements in computational power and coincident increases in the amount of data on individuals and firms that is publicly available or can be purchased at a nominal cost have created new challenges for protecting the privacy of survey responses and administrative data. By combining such data with information from external sources, it is increasingly […]