Research Assistant in Data Justice and Global Ethical FuturesAlan Turing Institute
Details are updated as of 22 December 2022
The systematic collection and analysis of data has become entrenched in daily life, with massive amounts of data generated in everyday activities. But while this datafication of society benefits others, others – such as historically marginalised communities – are further excluded in the digital world. Data justice examines the power dynamics behind the collection, analysis, and use of data, particularly concerning fairness and equity in the way people are made visible and represented in the production and analysis of data.