May 5, 2021
The University of Surrey’s strategic research theme Technology and Society – welcomes you to the fourth of its series Keywords in Technology and Society- on 5th May at 2 pm. This event – titled CRIME – brings together three speakers from three diverse areas of the sciences and social sciences – to think about societal consequences of emerging technologies. The event includes some excellent talks on – online hate, romance fraud and cyberconflict.
Prof Nishanth Sastry, Distributed and Networked Systems Group, Surrey Centre for Cyber Security, Department of Computer Science. Nishanth will speak about “Can we agree on online hate? Lessons from Citizens-MP conversations on Twitter”
Dr Emily Finch, School of Law. Emily will speak about “He stole all my money and broke my heart and I don’t know which one has destroyed me the most”. The challenges of combatting online romance fraud.
Dr Michael McGuire, Surrey Centre for Cyber Security, Department of Sociology. Mike will speak about When Worlds Collide: Nation States, Cyberconflict and the Politics of Crime
The event will be chaired by Dr Suparna De.
We also welcome you to look at the wider series of events in Keywords in Technology and Society. You will need to sign-up, though attendance is free. Sign-up for Crime is available on this link: Crime Tickets, Wed 5 May 2021 at 14:00 | Eventbrite