How do digital surveillance cultures reshape ideas around privacy and security? What connections exist between the regulation of digital spaces, governments, private corporations, and individual users? How do AI and automated processes challenge or perpetuate established practices around education and citizenship? How are these systems embedded in or resistant of systemic structures of power?
Surveillance, Privacy and AI cluster lead:
Department of Sociology
IRDL’s other clusters:
Digital Literacies Across Generations and Age
Digital Learning, Technology and New Pedagogies
Digital Culture, Critical Literacies and Social Media