A list of events upcoming and past hosted with Machine Agencies.
A two-day international symposium on AI’s publics, publicities, and publicizations
Dr. Amoore introduces the concept of machine learning politics.
Dr. Light will be presenting a talk entitled: "Obscured Terrain: Researching and Regulating State Surveillance in Canada"
Dr. Stark will be presenting a talk entitled: "Laws of Inference: Conceptual Limits for Automated Decision-Making"
Interested in a MA Program in Communication, Media, Cultural Studies or something in between? Attend this free open house to lean more
A Student Symposium on Critical AI Studies in Canada
The Digital Divides report explores potential solutions to the inequitable distribution of the economic benefits of Montreal’s AI sector.
Join Frederik De Bleser for a workshop introducing you to a new experimental tool used for real-time machine learning and data preparation.
Gehl & Lawson discuss their new book, Social Engineering, and its history from early twentieth-century propaganda to today's online cons
Phillips & Milner present their new book, You Are Here, that New Scientist calls "an invaluable guide to our problems around news, truth."
Alison Powell presents from her new book hat examines the civic use, regulation, and politics of communication and data technologies
Daniel Greene presents from his new book, The Promise of Access that asks why do we keep trying to solve poverty with technology?
Dr. Ganaele Langlois teaches the research persona method to study social media platforms
Dr. Powers will present from her new book, On Trends published by the University of Illinois Press in 2019.
Dr. Johannes Bruder presents from his ongoing research into the science of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Dr. Nanna Bonde Thylstrup theoretical framework to understand the material, ethical and political implications of data reuse in AI.
Dr. Louise Amoore presents their new book, Cloud Ethics: Algorithms and the Attributes of Ourselves and Others