Essays from the Second IWORD

Essays from the Second IWORD

The Ash Center has posted a series of twelve essays stemming from the Second Interdisciplinary Workshop on Reimagining Democracy (IWORD 2023).

  • Aviv Ovadya, Democracy as Approximation: A Primer for “AI for Democracy” Innovators
  • Kathryn Peters, Permission and Participation
  • Claudia Chwalisz, Moving Beyond the Paradigm of “Democracy”: 12 Questions
  • Riley Wong, Privacy-Preserving Data Governance
  • Christine Tran, Recommendations for Implementing Jail Voting: Identifying Common Themes
  • Niclas Boehmer, The Double-Edged Sword of Algorithmic Governance: Transparency at Stake
  • Manon Revel, Can We Talk? An Argument for More Dialogues in Academia
  • Aditi Juneja, Ensuring We Have A Democracy in 2076
  • Nick Couldry, Resonance, Not Scalability
  • Jon Evans, Experimentocracy
  • Nathan Schneider, Democracy On, Not Just Around, the Internet
  • Eugene Fischer, The Enrichment and Decay of Ionia

We are starting to think about IWORD 2024 this December.

Posted on March 8, 2024 at 1:38 PM •

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