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Speed Conference 2018

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Friday 28 September

Program

2.00pm

2.15pm

3.15pm

3.30pm

Welcome

 

Autonomous Vehicles

 

Wendy Ju Cornell Tech

Helen Nissenbaum Cornell Tech

Break

 

Content Moderation

James Grimmelmann Cornell Tech

Kate Klonick St. John’s University Law School

Jason Farman University of Maryland, College Park

Mike Ananny University of Southern California

Panel 1

Panel 2

Saturday 29 September

5pm

9.30am

10.45am

12.15pm

3.00pm

Panel 3

Panel 4

Panel 5

Panel 6

1.45pm

3.30pm

4.45pm

5pm

Conference Program

 

Some conference presenters have provided position papers with detail about their work. Click on the talk title to view a paper, where available. Video recordings of some presentations are also available (marked in 

Friday 28 September

Video Recording Available | September 28 Afternoon Presentations >

2.00pm​ ––––– "Fast, Cheap, & Out of Control"

Why Speed?

Helen Nissenbaum Cornell Tech

 

Theatre of the Future: Autonomous Vehicles as a Test Case for Designing for Speed

Wendy Ju Cornell Tech

Artifice and Intelligence

Andrea Matwyshyn Northeastern University

3.45pm​ ––––– Content Moderation

Halfway Around the Internet: Moderation in the Age of Memes

James Grimmelmann Cornell Tech

Facebook v. Sullivan

Kate Klonick St. John’s University Law School

A History of the Instant in Media and Message Exchange

Jason Farman University of Maryland, College Park

Public Pauses: Sociotechnical Dynamics of Temporal Whitespace in the Networked Press

Mike Ananny University of Southern California

Saturday 29 September

Video Recording Available | September 29 Morning Presentations > 

 

9.30am​ ––––– Warfare and Policing

Speed, Stability, and Fragility in Military Arms Races

Frank Pasquale University of Maryland

Video Recording Available >

 

Speed Kills: Time, Space, and Meaningful Human Control in Autonomous Weapons

Peter Asaro The New School

Video Recording Available

 

The Influence of Speed on Human Decision Biases in Supervising & Designing Autonomy

Mary “Missy” Cummings Duke University

Video Recording Available

11.15am​ ––––– "With All Deliberate Speed"

Fast, Slow, and In Between: Speed & its Discontents

Steven Jackson Cornell University

 

Flow Control: Internet Traffic Management & the Uneven Distribution of Delay

Fenwick McKelvey Concordia University

Video Recording Available

Desirable Inefficiency

Desirable Inefficiency

Paul Ohm & Jonathan Frankle Georgetown University Law Center

Video Recording Available

Video Recording Available | September 29 Afternoon Presentations > 

 

2.00pm ––––– Labor and Manufacturing

Fast Labor and Faster Machines in the Gig Economy    

Argyri Panezi Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society

 

The Problem with Digital Market Perfection

Rory Van Loo Boston University School of Law

3.00pm ––––– Finance

Man vs. Machine: The Past and Future of Human Collaboration

with Machines in Financial Markets   

Simona Abis Columbia University

 

High Speed Trading Algorithms & Human Manipulations:

Agency & Accountability in Complex Financial Markets

Katie Brennan SUNY Polytechnic Institute

 

Speed II: Have We Reached a Tipping Point?

Larry Tabb TABB Group

Speed and Reliability: Cryptocurrency’s Irreconcilable Opposites?

Michael O’Connor Penn State

    

Speed 2018 is generously supported with a gift from Microsoft Corporation.

28-29 Sep 2018

Cornell Tech

Conference

 

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