Join us on Thursday, April 22 for a briefing with WIRED editor-in-chief Greg Williams and Carissa Véliz, associate professor in philosophy at the Institute for Ethics in AI, Oxford University to explore how, in a constantly shifting digital era, we can reclaim our privacy and restrict tech giants, governments and corporations from collecting and using our data.
Date: Thursday April 22, 2021Time: 14:00 BST / 09:30 ESTAccess: Complimentary Book now
Surveillance is creeping into every part of our lives – from the moment we wake up and check our phones, to when we’re listening to our smart speakers or surfing the internet, our personal data is being constantly captured by big corporations in a hyperconnected data economy.
In this WIRED Briefing, Véliz and Williams will discuss the need to better understand the power of data, sharing ways we can protect our privacy and implement regulation.
Register today here.
About Carissa Véliz
Carissa Véliz is an associate professor in philosophy at the Institute for Ethics in AI, and a fellow at Hertford College at the University of Oxford. She works on privacy, technology, moral and political philosophy, and public policy. Véliz has published articles in media such as the Guardian, the New York Times, New Statesman, and the Independent. Her academic work has been published in The Harvard Business Review, Nature Electronics, Nature Energy, and The American Journal of Bioethics among other journals. She is the author of Privacy Is Power (Bantam Press) and the editor of the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Digital Ethics.
About WIRED Briefings
Designed as an extension of WIRED’s long-running live conference portfolio, WIRED Briefings are punchy, deliberate and engaging sessions that reflect the same high calibre of speakers and programming featured at a WIRED event. Part of the WIRED Foresight series, curated by WIRED editor, Greg Williams.