Assistant professor of data ethics, law, and policy at TILT, Tilburg University
Linnet Taylor will summarise the most important findings of the conference in relation to the overall aim of creating usable, fair and just systems for a datafied society.
How Many Utopias?
Linnet Taylor is Assistant Professor of Data Ethics, Law and Policy at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), where she leads the ERC-funded DATAJUSTICE project which aims to understand the differerent perspectives worldwide on what constitutes just treatment through data technologies. Her research focuses on the use of new sources of digital data in governance and research around issues of human and economic development. She was previously a Marie Curie research fellow in the University of Amsterdam’s International Development faculty a postdoctoral researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, and studied a DPhil in International Development at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.
What we might learn from these different possible futures, in order to create to best possible MyData world? We will tap into visions ranging from emerging technology projections to speculative fiction in our quest to explore wild, even provocative, future scenarios: paradoxical, fun, desirable, messy, failed, complicated, incoherent, and ordinary data futures. The goal is […]
For who? Everyone interested in data, society, technology Linnet Taylor will summarise the most important findings of the conference in relation to the central themes of MyData, and to the overall aim of creating usable, fair and just systems for a datafied society. Linnet Taylor is Assistant Professor of Data Ethics, Law and Policy at […]
The aim of this session is to think how the move beyond the individual aids in the pooling of data resources for the public good. The issues discussed range from a need to build a collective history, to using technologies in a responsible manner and to data redefined as general intellect. You hear talks from […]