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Cybersalon has run monthly events on Net culture since 1997 (apart from a brief interlude in 2007) and now we’re back – on this collection of pages you’ll find our amalgamated histories and summaries of events going back to early 2013.

To really look back into the archives, for events ranging from 2002 to 2007 including our Cybersonica music festivals, gaming events etc – take a look here.

Towards the end of 2014 we looked at the hopes and ambitions of the digital pioneers of the early Net, in The Net, Then & Now series.

Now, with technology racing apace, sensors saturating our cities and cybersecurity concerns making global news we look at the blurring of physical and virtual in Spring 2015’s Cybersalon Hyperhabitat Series.

Watching Me Watching You – October 11th, 2017

New workplace surveillance technology tracking literally our blood, sweat and tears is upon us. Should your boss track your tone of voice, movement around the office and facial expressions? Is workplace surveillance the reason for new electronic performance management methods ...

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Women of Newspeak House – Newspeak House Event

Women of Newspeak House on 28 JUL 7:00pm – 10:00pm Mevan Babakar & Mor Rubinstein A discussion about what the experience of Newspeak House looks like for women at the moment, and how we may be able to improve it. ...

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AI & Politics Meetup – Newspeak House

AI & Politics Meetup on 27 JUL 7:00pm – 10:00pm   Sophie Chesney A special event featuring Peter Krafft who has just finished his PhD at MIT Media Lab. In his own words: In my work, I develop computational models to ...

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Can coders really write the future? by Soul Labels – 19th April 2017

Soul Labels X 64 Bits presents… Can Coders Really Write the Future? Coding bootcamps are everywhere, welcoming everyone from “women and non-binary folk” to refugees. Household names such as Microsoft and the BBC are investing in the next generation, acknowledging the growing importance of these skills across several ...

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Offline is the New Luxury by Alison Ballard

Date: 07 – 16 April 2017 More info Venue: Furtherfield Gallery Private View: Thursday 6 April 2017, 6 – 8 pm (register) Open 11 am – 5 pm, Thursday – Sunday or by appointment For her exhibition at Furtherfield Gallery, Alison Ballard ...

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AI & Politics – Episode III – Fri 31 March 2017

What are some project stories, what is the state of research in the space and how can AI be applied to affect the political process? Speakers: Miles Bundage – Research Fellow at the University of Oxford’s Future for Humanity Institute ...

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Wikimedia UK Education Summit #WMUKED17

Blog post by Josie Fraser, educational technologist and trustee of Wikimedia UK (originally published on the Wikimedia Blog) If you would like to attend, please sign up on the Eventbrite page. The Wikimedia UK Education Summit takes place on February 20th at Middlesex University, ...

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Wikimedia UK Education Summit at Middlesex University

by Wikimedia UK and Middlesex University Monday, 20 February 2017 from 10:00 to 17:15 (GMT) Hendon, United Kingdom The Wikimedia UK Education Summit, in partnership with Middlesex University, aims to bring together educators and Wikimedians to share ideas and best practice ...

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Digital Democracy Manifesto workshop

Digital Democracy Manifesto team for an afternoon workshop on 27 November at Newspeak House exploring digital deliberation and how can we can design online participatory processes that work for and empower everyone. In collaboration with Cybersalon and Digital Liberties Register on our ...

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Give people the vote and they will come – 18th October 2016

Recent EU Referendum in UK had a relatively high turnout and showed people’s appetite for direct democracy. On 18th October,  jointly with Digital Liberties organised an event examining new approaches to One Man One Vote or at least One ...

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