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Oxford Prof & Author. Director. "There's a force in the universe that makes things happen. And all you have to do is get in touch with it." Ty Webb
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Facebook teams with rightwing Daily Caller in factchecking program If it helps re-evaluate this, research has consistently rated "junk news"
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Phil Howard Apr 15
Twitter bot tracks abusive tweets against female politicians
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On Assignment with Richard Engel Apr 12
Researchers at and did a full autopsy of Russian disinformation tactics. We'll hear from them on Sunday.
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Phil Howard Apr 11
One more day to submit proposals for this summer's conference at Come explore the leading edge of research into the social side of tech & innovation!
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Phil Howard Apr 11
Replying to @pomeranian99 @ginasue
part of the answer will be in 's "Venture Labor" book: recent history of NYC's
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Oxford Internet Institute Apr 3
Will kill development? Will robotisation prevent poorer countries taking the traditional route to prosperity? The OII's Mark Graham weighs in on how will impact inequality via
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Phil Howard Mar 30
The group looking for new Deputy Director:
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Phil Howard Mar 29
Tech companies perform best, behave responsibly, when public expectations are clear & consistent. Getting all ads, in real time, globally, into public archives is next step for strengthening democracy. My NYTimes OpEd:
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Oxford Internet Institute Mar 28
Great session in London today with on online harms, regulation and human rights (among other topics) kindly hosted by . Fantastic to have representation from industry, academia, civil society and government from across the world.
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Phil Howard Mar 27
A billion people in India and across Europe are voting in the next few months. US Presidential campaigning already started. It's time to put all social media ads, all countries, all the time, into public archives. My piece
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Phil Howard Mar 22
Very excited about visiting my alma mater ! Giving a talk at for and friends. But all welcome: "Tomorrow’s Leviathan: Intelligent Machines in a Political World" next week 03/28 @ 6:30pm
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Oxford ConnectedLife Mar 11
***CALL FOR PAPERS***: Based at Oxford University, Connected Life 2019 Data & Disorder will provide an engaging forum for critical reflection on the datafication of social life and order. For more information on how to submit your abstract, visit:
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Oxford Internet Institute Mar 12
From our London Lecture Series: Professor Phil Howard shares his insights into AI's influence in a political world.
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Oxford Internet Institute Mar 13
Congratulations to OII's Professor Luciano for his appointment to the ICO's Technology Advisory Panel!
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Phil Howard Feb 28
Pfetch at on "Disinformation Order" 1. Parallel agonistic communication arenas 2. Deprofessionalized journalists 3. Manipulation of political campaigns Incredibly difficult to separate causes from consequences
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Phil Howard Feb 28
Now Professor Pfetch on "Digital Dissonance"
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Phil Howard Feb 28
Our colleague introducing Barbara Pfetch for our bug Bellwether Lecture
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Phil Howard Feb 25
Getting excited about my talk March 5 in London! Can't stop staring at the most iconic cover art in all political theory. Tomorrow’s Leviathan: Intelligent Machines in a Political World A few seats left!
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Oxford Internet Institute Feb 7
Read a fantastic new interview with the OII's Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo on being a scholar, leader and woman in the field of artificial intelligence:
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Phil Howard Feb 4
whatsapp is looking for a new public policy director, an important post I think.
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