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Digital Ideas Lunch Series ‘Law in the Algorithmic Society’ with Natali Helberger
April 14, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Digital Ideas Lunch Series ‘Law in the Algorithmic Society’ with Natali Helberger on 14 April 2021 — 1:00–2:30 pm CET
Senior Panel II: Platform Governance and Content Moderation
Natali Helberger, Professor at University of Amsterdam: „Challenging Platform Power: Exploring New Governance Approaches for Big Tech“
Matthias C. Kettemann, Senior Researcher at Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut / Head of Research Group at the Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society: „Normfare: Ruling Platforms Can Be Dangerous“
Moderator: Jill Toh, PhD Candidate at the Institute for Information Law (IViR), Amsterdam University
Join the Zoom meeting: https://hu-berlin.zoom.us/j/9916221271
About the Digital Ideas Lunch Series
Young researchers from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the HBI and their guests will discuss issues of “Law in the Algorithmic Society” as a part of the event series “Digital Ideas Lunch Series” from March, 3rd to May, 26th 2021. The access data for the Zoom event and the complete programme can be found here.
Ubiquitous data collection and analysis, automated decisions, machine learning-based profiling, micro-targeted advertisement, face recognition, natural language processing, platforms covering speech and commerce for billions of people, social media bots — the list of technological developments altering our social, political and societal existence is growing each year. At the heart of many of these developments sit algorithms. Algorithms constitute the foundation of what is often described as a new era, poignantly referred to as Information Capitalism or the Algorithmic Society.
In this Digital Ideas Lunch Series, we invite young scholars from around the world to share what they believe the most pressing issues are, how they identify problems, and what solutions they suggest as we move into the new era. We invite Master’s and PhD students to get to know emerging research fields, to comment and to connect with world-leading institutions. In three of the sessions, senior researchers provide context and share recent research on the impact of algorithms.
Each session begins with a presentation by the speakers, followed by a comment of one of the students and a discussion. After the session, there will be an opportunity for networking.