UCL and The Turing


The attachments of ‘autonomous’ vehicles - a social science approach, by Dr Jack Stilgoe

07 October 2021, 10:30 am–12:00 pm

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As part of the Bristol Turing Fellows Projects seminar series 2021, UCL researcher and Turing Fellow Dr Jack Stilgoe presents his research into autonomous vehicles and some of the issues created by them that innovators and society are grappling with.

Event Information

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Patricia Holley, University of Bristol

Bristol Turing Fellows Projects Seminar Series 2021, presenting also Newcastle and UCL led projects - Urban Analytics


10:30am: Consistent urban areas for global urban polimetrics | Dr Levi Wolf, Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Human Geography and Dr Sean Fox, Senior Lecturer in Global Development, University of Bristol

11:00am: Smart Cities and InequalityProfessor Rachel Franklin, Professor of Geographical Analysis, Newcastle University

11:30am: The attachments of ‘autonomous’ vehicles - a social science approach | Dr Jack Stilgoe, Senior Lecturer, Department of Science and Technology Studies UCL


Find out more

You can find abstracts of the three presentations on the event booking website. Or for further information, speak to the event organisers at the University of Bristol's Jean Golding Institute for Data Intensive Research.


About the Speaker

Dr Jack Stilgoe

at UCL

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