'Doing Media Justice' is the theme of this years events at the Centre for Global Media and Democracy. This first session debates how digital data collection and use is preventing social justice (or enhancing injustices) and what a socially just data world might look like.
We will be discussing issues such as predictive and preemptive policing; data discrimination in health and welfare; facial recognition, surveillance and border control and thinking about what data justice in a digital world really means.
The discussion will be led by a panel of experts from academia, NGOs and government:
Dr. Lina Dencik, Co-director of the Digital Justice Lab, Cardiff University
Dr Seeta Peña Gangadharan, Media@LSE
Tom Symons, Head of Government Innovation Research, Nesta
Christophe Prince, Director of Data and Identity, UK Home Office.
Chair: Professor Natalie Fenton
Dates & times
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