7th December 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT
Come along to the Centre for Technomoral Future’s Flagship Lecture, where you’ll hear from Dr Michael Veale on how to understand and address challenges of power and justice that stem from digital technologies.
Don’t miss out on this thought-provoking event, taking place on Thursday, December 7th 2023 at West Court in Edinburgh College of Art Main Building in Edinburgh and online. Doors open at 17.45.
Dr Veale’s lecture will be followed by a reception in the Sculpture Court.
This event is free, but tickets are limited. Please register if you plan to attend.
Dr Michael Veale is Associate Professor in digital rights and regulation, and Vice-Dean (Education Innovation) at University College London’s Faculty of Laws. His research focusses on how to understand and address challenges of power and justice that digital technologies and their users create and exacerbate, in areas such as privacy-enhancing technologies and machine learning. This work is regularly cited by legislators, regulators and governments, and Dr Veale has consulted for a range of policy organisations including the Royal Society and British Academy, the Law Society of England and Wales, the European Commission, the Commonwealth Secretariat. Dr Veale holds a PhD from UCL, a MSc from Maastricht University and a BSc from LSE. He tweets at @mikarv.