Pocket Democracy: Conference
FRIDAY, OCT 25
Seattle Central Library
1000 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
The project “Pocket Democracy“ wants to focus on ideas and agents who see the dangers but who also investigate how digital technologies can be used for alternative political solutions. These concern algorithms that recognize false information or manipulated images and videos, that make visible discriminatory malpractice or that digitally enable free and secret elections.
Join us on a daylong conference discussing topics such as "Digital Media and New Forms of Political Activism" and "Cybersecurity and Democratic Elections."
Keynote: Opal Tometi (co-founder Black Lives Matter)
Participants: Armen Avanessian (Thomas Mann Fellow), Jessica L. Beyer (University of Washington), Christoph Bieber (University of Duisburg-Essen), Damian Borth (Thomas Mann Fellow / University of St. Gallen), Philipp Hübl (Philosoph / Berlin), Ramesh Srinivasan (UCLA), Alexander Sängerlaub (Stiftung Neue Verantwortung / Berlin), Max Senges (Google / Berlin), Niko Switek (University of Washington), et al.
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