Talk at King’s College London – November 7 – Deciding on Choice: Cybersecurity, Politics and (Cyber)War

I am speaking on November 7 2019 at KCL’s Cyber Security Research Group at their Strand Campus, London. I am going to be substantively developing on my doctoral research on malware to complement it with a broader appreciation of other computational ‘materialities’ and my critiques of ‘artificial intelligence’. In order to do so I will

Reflections on Data’s Dirty Tricks: The case of ‘value’

Last week, Oxford’s School of Geography and the Environment’s Political Worlds research cluster (thanks for funding the event!) hosted an event I and several others organised around ‘data’s dirty tricks’. As chair, I had no idea what each panellist was going to speak on, which made it both a challenge and equally thought provoking – more information

Robots Should (Not) be Viruses

Last week, I was introduced to a conversation by Pip Thornton (@Pip__T) that was initiated by David Gunkel on Twitter, where he was taking a suggestion from Noel Sharkey on whether robots should be classified as viruses (see the tweet below). As I have been focusing on ‘computer viruses’ as part of my PhD on