The impact of technology on politics and of politics on technology is profound. Drawing on a range of disciplinary perspectives, this panel discussion will explore a number of areas (some obvious some not so obvious) where politics and technology intersect.
Dr Chris Agius (Security-technology nexus)
Dr Damon Alexander (Analogue politics in a digital age)
Dr Belinda Barnet (Regulating Google)
Dr Rob Hoffman (Online democracy and voting)
Dr James Murphy (Politics and automation)
Assoc Prof Lorenzo Veracini (Digital natives)