3. POWER, DEMOCRACY & AI / Jamie Bartlett

 
In this episode, we take a rollercoaster ride with Jamie Bartlett (author and Director of CASM at Demos) through politics, persuasive technology and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. Listen in as we explore the dystopian potential of surveillance, AI, and inequality to corrode the foundations of democracy…

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2. ETHICS, AI & HUMANITY / Nell Watson

 
We hear a lot about how robots are poised to take over our jobs and how AI might wreak havoc on humanity… But what about the huge potential that exists for positive impact? I talk with AI specialist and tech philosopher, Nell Watson, about the relationship between ethics, AI and empathy, and how values-based technologies could potentially enhance and enrich the fabric of human society.

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The Hive Podcast – A new series

 

Welcome to The Hive Podcast, a new ten-part series with me, Nathalie Nahai, exploring technology’s impact on our personal, cultural and political lives.

Join me each episode as I interview a fascinating array of guests on everything from psychology, surveillance, data privacy, and sex robots, to politics, AI, personality profiling and much, much more.

Mind The Product – SF

The Conference For Passionate Product People

Mind the Product is THE product management conference, and it’s finally coming to San Francisco.

Brought to you by a team of product managers who spend all day building start-ups, and all night building a community for other product managers, this conference brings together product leaders from around the world to explore the intersection of design, technology and business, inspiring you to build better products.

The founders also run ProductTank (a monthly product management meet up in 50+ cities around the world with over 20,000 members) and MindtheProduct.com, a blog focused on product management, which they define as the intersection between design, technology and business, and now #mtpcon – the world’s two largest conferences for passionate product people with annual events in San Francisco and London.

 

Harvard Business Review

The future of mobile

Josh Macht, group publisher of Harvard Business Review, is delighted to invite you to a discussion event on Tuesday 24th February at the Bulgari Hotel in Knightsbridge, focusing on mobile usage and its impact and on the media landscape.

 

Panelists will include:

Joshua Macht – Group Publisher, Harvard Business Review Group
Carsten Sorensen – Associate Professor at LSE
Nathalie Nahai -Web Psychologist
Sumant Bhatia – Head of Digital Features, Telegraph

 

We’ll be discussing topics such as:

App vs Browser: Are apps dead?
Sponsored Content: Will banners and buttons be replaced by sponsored content on the phone?
Can we make branding campaigns work on the mobile platforms?
What are the implications of “viewability” on a mobile platform?
What are the new metrics of engagement on the mobile platform?​

 

To book your place:

Places are limited, so please RSVP to the email address on the invitation below:

HBR Evite BVLGARI

 

Phare Conference (Ghent, Belgium)

The future of the internet

At Phare Conference, 7 inspiring speakers will provide insights into their revolutionary new ideas about The Future of The Internet.

Topics we’ll cover:

  • The Future of Branding
  • Web psychology
  • The power of crowdfunding
  • The switch from old to new media
  • Why and how web technology radically changed our business
  • What about NSA, security and privacy?

If you’re in Belgium, come along and say hi!

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