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Oxford Internet Institute
The Oxford Internet Institute (OII) is a multidisciplinary research and teaching dept at University of Oxford, dedicated to the social science of the Internet.
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Mark Scott 10h
This is interesting — just created a new ‘commission’ to look at the effects of disruptive tech like political micro-targeting & misinformation on democracy. Check it out here
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Helen Margetts 11h
Currently free access to book - Rethinking Democracy - with chapters by David Runciman, Andrew Gamble and others (incl me)
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Oxford Internet Institute 11h
Replying to @sociabilityapp
"When planning a night out, you either end up going to the same places you've always been before... or you turn up to a new place... then all of a sudden there's a step and you feel embarrassed"
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Vicki Nash 11h
Delighted to be supporting this hugely valuable initiative as an advisor.
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Oxford Internet Institute 11h
👏👏👏OII alumnus Matt Pierri for making a new accessibility app to launch in Oxford
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Oxford Internet Institute 12h
"Not all screen time is created equal" - OII's comments on the 's new guidelines on restricting infants' via
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Oxford Internet Institute 12h
Senior Advisor to the Brunswick Group, Former United Kingdom Deputy National Security Advisor and, as of today, commissioner, Paddy McGuinness says transparency is vital to keep public faith in the democratic system
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Oxford Internet Institute 14h
Dame Helen Ghosh says the arrival of new technologies mean more people are finding new ways to make their voices heard
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Oxford Internet Institute 16h
OII Director and commissioner ⁦⁩ argues should be about solving problems, not creating them
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Vili Lehdonvirta 17h
Workers with good platform reputations enjoy relative income security, but suffer from a new type of subjective insecurity: fear of losing their reputation due to bad clients or algorithmic opaqueness. presenting research at
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Oxford Internet Institute 18h
Replying to @oiioxford
To read more about the commission and its plans for the future visit our new website or journalists can email press@oii.ox.ac.uk for more information
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Oxford Internet Institute 18h
Commissioners include Law Society President Emergent Telecom Ventures CEO Dame Helen Ghosh, Brunswick Group Senior Advisor Paddy McGuiness and the OII’s Director
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Oxford Internet Institute 18h
Replying to @oiioxford
will release several reports in the coming months in regulation of platforms, election law, threats to the integrity of public votes and how to address
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Oxford Internet Institute 18h
The OII is excited to announce that today is the first meeting of the Oxford Technology & Elections Commission which will bring together world experts to find ways to safeguard democracy from be potentially disruptive influences of modern technology
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Helen Margetts Apr 24
Come and design/do innovative research on what data science & artifical intelligence can do for public policy and urban analytics with us funded by ! ESRC-Alan Turing Institute Joint Fellowship scheme - . Apply by 6/6/2019.
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Jamie Woodcock Apr 24
The first panel of the AI and Work stream at conference in Vienna. starting off the packed session
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Oxford Internet Institute Apr 24
Commenting on the role of in building the UK's 5G network, of said "5G will be the backbone of our digital infrastructure. It is a risk to allow in any providers without having security protocols and certification schemes in place."
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ComProp Research Apr 23
While debates about the have focused on obstruction, a large portion of indictments targeted Russian individuals/companies engaging in social media manipulation. Researchers and spoke to about this operation:
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Oxford Internet Institute Apr 23
🤔Sri Lanka has banned Facebook, Facebook-owned WhatsApp and Instagram to stop the spread of “false news reports” after the deadly
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