UNU-CS is a research institute at the intersections of ICTs and international development.
Talk: Toward Open Knowledge EnvironmentsPaul Uhlir, a consultant in information policy and management, will visit the United Nations University Institute on Computing and Society (UNU-CS) to deliver a talk on the communication processes in the context of open knowledge environments. ABSTRACT Technological progress always outstrips the ability of social systems to adapt and manage it effectively. That is certainly true of digital networks, which were developed globally in the early 1990s. Many of the legacy institutions and
Dr. Amandeep Dhir visited UNU-CS and presented his research on the associations of social media fatigue and different forms of psychological well-being
Hannah Thinyane represented UNU-CS in a conference on the use of technology to disrupt the exploitation of migrants and vulnerable populations
Lokman Tsui from the Chinese University of Hong Kong shared the findings on his research on how the data access principle is respected in Hong Kong
Juhee Kang delivered a talk at the University of Macau presenting the findings of her research on the use of ICT among North Korean migrants
Dr. Noah Zhang from the China Women's University visited UNU-CS and gave a talk on the development of Chinese gender studies