September 14th, 2018 | The Foundry, London

A one-day event in partnership with the Ada Lovelace Institute (part of the Nuffield Foundation) and Civil Society Futures to bring together the social sector and civil society, with the social sciences and the technology industry.

The aim is to build the knowledge, understanding and relationships necessary to support society to be in the loop of how technology is developed and directed.

For this first event we will be curating it carefully to ensure a balanced representation of all the communities we want there. We are sending out invitations to 50 people and organisations, but have 20 places that we are opening up for application. If you’d like to attend, you can apply here.

Read more about the event in Cassie Robinson’s blog post.

As part of our work to link up these different communities and to explore the vital role we believe civil society and the social sector has in leading this agenda, we’ve also started a monthly Society in the Loop newsletter. Sign up here.

January 31st, 2019 | British Library, London Register your interest

Join Doteveryone and up to 250 world-leading experts, practitioners, policymakers, funders, and technology leaders to share knowledge, skills and learning on best practices for how we can pursue our shared ambition to make responsible technology the new normal.

This one-day event will be ticketed with a mixture of free and paid places. Register your interest in attending in order to be first to hear when tickets are available.

Note: this event was previously scheduled for October 25th, 2018 but we have now decided to upgrade the event, and move it to early 2019 to make it bigger and better. Our new date will be 31st January 2019, at the same venue, the British Library. 

More information coming soon.