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Connected Life is a two-day-long student-run conference dedicated to sparking exchange between disciplines and showcasing emerging internet research .
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Speaker Announcement: Abdel-Rahman Hassan, , is a multidiscplinary researcher, creative programmer and occasional spoken word artist. His work combines the technical and social aspects of digitality, stemming from an intersectional, Non-western point view.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 16
Speaker Announcement: Nermine Aboulez is an assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Mass Communication at . Her research interests include; media psychology, political communication, experimental studies and social media.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 15
Speaker Announcement: Abhishek Gupta, , is an AI Ethics Researcher at and . His research focuses on practical ways to address ethical concerns in using AI in different domains. More information can be found on
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 14
Speaker Announcement: Arnav Joshi, , is currently pursuing an MSc Data and Society at . Arnav's primary research interests lie in data ethics, privacy and socio-technical systems.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 11
Speaker Announcement: Zahraa Badr, , is a teaching assistant and Master's student in the Faculty of Mass Communication at . Her thesis concerns Media Ownership Concentration, and her research interests include Digital Journalism and Health Communication.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 11
REGISTRATION FOR IS LIVE We hope you're enjoying our speaker announcements, and there are many more to come. For the chance to see these fantastic presentations live, register here: .
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 10
Speaker announcement: Sinuhe Nascimento e Cruz is currently a third-year Law student at the , researching the relationships between private and public sectors in contemporary surveillance practices, and the risks associated with data in the new Global Economy.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 9
Speaker announcement: Meredydd Williams, , is a PhD student at the . He researches smartwatches and the privacy they provide. His research interests include online privacy, behaviour change, and the security aspects of the Internet-of-Things (IoT).
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 8
Speaker announcement: Mariana Canto studies law at . Her Bachelor thesis pertains to the rise of the digital platform economy and its impacts on privacy and global data protection regulations. Her paper concerns the effects of fake news on the 2018 Brazilian election.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 7
Speaker Announcement: Andrew Strait, , is a Research Assistant of and an MSc student at supervised by Luciano , currently researching the development of standards relating to machine learning and AI in the content moderation industry.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 6
Speaker announcement: Ulrik Lyngs is currently a PhD student at . His research explores the potential for using behavioural neuroscience to design digital technology sensitive to human limitations and biases, particularly in attention and self-regulation.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 6
Speaker announcement: Rafael Farah is a Brazilian lawyer, postgraduate student in Civil Procedure at . He is particularly interested in digital rights, the correlation between Brazilian election periods and freedom of expression on the internet.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 5
Speaker announcement: Natalie-Anne Hall is a 1st year PhD candidate in Sociology at , social media's role in the contemporary propagation of anti-immigrant sentiment. She also authors a blog on the sociology of diversity: .
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 4
Speaker announcement: Michaela Brady () is a full-time MSc student at , concentrating on the efficacy of therapy apps in reducing cyber-aggression. She is the founder of , and received her BA at in psychology and writing.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 3
Speaker announcement: Marcel Höfling is a mediator of the Italian Chamber of Commerce of São Paulo and master degree candidate in civil procedural law at . He is interested in digital law and how access to justice occurs in Brazil.
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 2
Speaker announcement: Femke Mulder focuses on information technology, social networks and knowledge management in humanitarian disasters. She is a member of the Smart Disaster Governance research team, at the department of Organization Sciences at
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Oxford ConnectedLife May 1
Speaker announcement: Austin Ruckstuhl is a PhD Fellow at the United Nations University—CRIS in Bruges, Belgium. He examines stakeholder participation in Internet governance forums, supports the fundraising efforts of and is a RIPE 76 Fellowship recipient.
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Oxford ConnectedLife Apr 30
We're delighted to announce our keynote speaker for Connected Life 2018: Dr. Alice Marwick, , professor of Media and Technology Studies at UNC Chapel Hill, and advisor.
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Oxford ConnectedLife Apr 5
Our review team has been hard at work reading your submissions. It's been a pleasure seeing the many ways you've applied your research to Information Control. We'll circulate notifications of acceptance soon!
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Oxford ConnectedLife Mar 16
Who is polluting your informational space? Come share your thoughts on Information Control at this year's Connected Life Conference.
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