Online Lecture on Social Media Algorithms and Democratic Political Culture by Project AIHR of JGLS [Oct 26; 6 PM]: Register Now!2 min read

Project AIHR is an autonomous project exploring the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights under JGLS’ JSIL, is organizing an online lecture on Social Media Algorithms and Democratic Political Culture, to be held on October 26, 2021.

About Project AIHR 

Project AIHR is an autonomous project exploring the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights under the ambit of the Jindal Society for International Law. 

The project on artificial intelligence and human rights aims to facilitate research, leadership, and student curiosity in the field and to emerge at the forefront for spearheading student involvement in regulation. The focus of the project will be to contribute and lead the ongoing debate on the emerging gaps in the legal framework.

The idea of initiating information dissemination through webinars will lead the student cohort into innovative, inventive discussions surrounding the legal, ethical, philosophical complexities that surround the ever-increasing intersection of artificial intelligence and society.

The Project shall offer a host of experiences that shall contribute towards networking initiatives and increasing the knowledge available to the members. Further, it shall work towards capacity building in the varied specializations within artificial intelligence and human rights discourse and inspire students of JGU to contribute to the field collectively and effectively.

About the Lecture 

The first lecture of our Fall 2021 series is on ‘Social Media Algorithms and Democratic Political Culture’ by Professor Regina Rini.

The lecture will be held online on Zoom. The registration link provides all the necessary information regarding this.

General Details

  • Date: October 26, 2021
  • Time: 6 PM to 7:30 PM
  • Mode: Online
  • Platform: Zoom Meetings

About the Speaker

Professor Regina Rini holds the Canada Research Chair in Philosophy of Moral and Social Cognition and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at York University. She studies how social norms should be negotiated in democratic societies, particularly in response to technological change.

Her work has appeared in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times and she writes the regular ‘Morals of the Story’ column for the Times Literary Supplement. Her recent book is The Ethics of Microaggression, and she is currently writing a book about the effects of social media on democratic society.

How to Join?

To be a part of this lecture on October 26, 2021, from 6 to 7:30 PM. (IST), attendees are requested to register themselves through the registration link given at the end of this post.

Kindly register yourself as soon as possible to not miss out on this lecture, given that there is a limited number of seats!

Social Media Handles

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Click here to register for the lecture.

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