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Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute

Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute

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In the tradition of the Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, now in its third decade, this year’s edition — Technology, Policy and Democracy in Flux: From Inequalities to Inclusion — brings together regulators, policymakers, graduate students, academics, NGOs and others to engage with issues at the heart of technology law and policy: democracy, justice, and security in the digital age.

2024 is a year of unprecedented electoral contests. Around 4 billion people are expected to vote across 50 countries. As generative AI becomes more sophisticated, there are growing concerns about the accelerating spread of mis/disinformation around elections and the increasing use of internet shutdowns and surveillance as a response to both domestic and international threats. As some have suggested, we are in the midst of a ‘polycrisis’ turned ‘permacrisis’. In this year’s Summer Institute, we will focus on several core themes, including AI for development and human rights, its growing application in anticipating crises, the role of technology in conflict, and the regulation of new technologies, including AI and social media.

 

Option 1 Tuition deposit - £450.00
Option 2 Tuition balance (minus the deposit of £450.00) - £1450.00
Option 3 Accommodation at Jesus College (13 nights at £91.50 per night) - £1189.50

Location: Jesus College, University of Oxford

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