Nishant Shah defies the idea of the individual self and claiming that the self itself is a network. Shah will present his research about the Self as a Network at Viadrina on September 3, 2015. The talk is open to the public.
On Friday 8. May 2015 from 12:00 to 13:00 we will host a talk with Mustafa Naseem, the Director Innovations for Poverty Alleviation Lab (IPAL) at the Information Technology University (ITU) in Lahore, Pakistan.
CIHR staff and fellows presented their ideas at the re-publica 2015 conference in Berlin.
The Centre for Internet and Human Rights will be participating in the Global Conference on Cyberspace in The Hague on April 16-17, 2015.
The exchanges initiated during the Ethics of Algorithms event in Berlin helped to deepen our understanding of the way algorithms govern our lives now and refine questions for future research.
At the beginning of March, the CIHR will bring together leading experts from academia, technology and civil society to discuss the ethical dimensions of algorithms. The event will be hosted by the Technical University of Berlin.
Experts from civil society, industry, governments and EU institutions met in Berlin on Thursday, February 5, 2015 to discuss policies on export controls of surveillance technologies.
From the circumpolar high arctic to the African savannah digital technologies and networks affect all areas of human interaction. The notion of #DoDevDif aims to promote transparency, empower citizens and fight corruption with open data and technologies.
The Arab Spring unleashed western governments’ enthusiasm regarding the power of the Internet for political mobilization and campaigning.
Since the revelations of Edward Snowden, there has still been scant focus on explicit discrimination strictly according to nationality in some nations’ laws.