The plenaries and keynotes of the Data Justice conference (21/22 May) are live-streamed. If you want to hear and see what our keynote speakers have to say about the challenges of datafication, enter the stream or check the recordings.
The plenaries include the following sessions:
Keynote Plenary I: Data and Social Transformation, Monday 9:30-11am, with Rob Kitchin (Maynooth University), David Lyon (Queen’s University), and Seda Guerses (KU Leuven). Watch the stream/recording.
Evening Keynote by Anita Gurumurthy (ITforChange), Monday 5:30-6:15pm. Watch the stream/recording.
Keynote Plenary II: Data and Discrimination, Tuesday 9-10:30am, with Sasha Costanza-Chock (MIT), Seeta Peña Gangadharan (London School of Economics) and Helen Kennedy (Sheffield University). Watch the stream/recording.
The recordings will be edited after the conference and made available on this website.
For the full programme, check our conference programme.
Read Cardiff University’s press release about the conference.
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