Past Event

International Conference on “The Soul of the New Machine: Human Rights, Technology & New Media”

May 3, 2009 - May 5, 2009

Berkeley, CA
Clark Kerr Campus Center
University of California, Berkeley

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This international conference seeks to provide a space for leading thinkers, civil society members, activists, programmers, and entrepreneurs to imagine, discover, share, solve, connect and act together.

The conference focuses on two areas of justice and human rights work: 1) evidence gathering and documentation and 2) advocacy and outreach. Conference participants will explore how new developments in science and technology could advance these two areas. The conference will combine keynote addresses and plenary sessions with hands-on opportunities to interact with developers and users during panel discussions, workshops, and a poster session/exhibition hall.

More information can be found at the Human Rights Center website.

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