Automating inequality from Virginia Eubanks (Auk & Wgtn)

US-based professor and writer Virginia Eubanks will visit New Zealand in March for a series of events promoting her new book Automating Inequality and discussing the impacts of technology and big data on the poorest people in society.

Event detail:

AUCKLAND
Friday, 15 March, 3-5pm – GridAKL, 12 Madden Street, Wynyard Quarter (Presentation, Q+A, book signing) [GET TICKETS HERE]

WELLINGTON
Monday, 18 March, 4-6pm – Rangimarie Room, Te Papa, 55 Cable St, Te Aro (Panel discussion with Prof. Tim Dare – ‘Are we automating inequality in Aotearoa?’) [GET TICKETS HERE]

Discussion and Q&A at the Auckland event will be led by Mandy Henk. The Wellington event will be led by Jordan Carter, CEO of InternetNZ. Tickets for these events are $25 (waged) or $10 (unwaged).

For more information visit the Tohatoha website

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Tohatoha
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Friday, March 15, 2019 - 15:00 to Monday, March 18, 2019 - 18:00
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Auk and Wgtn