Cinema, science, technology, and feminism go hand in hand in the documentary film series Docs Hedy Lamarr 2023, which takes place at Canòdrom - Ateneu d'Innovació Democràtica during the month of June. This third edition is led by stories of activists who raise their voices against power and rely on technology and the strength of citizen organization to claim their rights.
The Canòdrom - Ateneu d'Innovación Digital i Democràtica opens a call for projects in residence for the 2023-2024 academic year with the aim of facilitating collaborative work spaces for different projects that work into the areas of technology, science and democracy.
Fake news are at the core of Canòdrom's new exhibition, whose objective is to combat the spread of disinformation through the media literacy of young people. The participatory exhibition, showcased as a metaphor of a city, can be visited from April 18 to May 26. It gives tools to make informed decisions, aimed at young people, and not so young.
You don't have to be a senior political officer to become the target of a cyber attack. Maybe the opposite. This week we celebrate the Computer Security Day, and we want to share our learnings following the Pegasus case, going back to the conversation between Anaïs Franquesa, Enric Luján, Marc Serra and Ignacio Orovio, as well as remembering the workshops to defend ourselves against spyware by DonesTech.
Can we dream of AI public governance systems without gender biases, racists, or classist? What role should citizenship and the third sector play? Recovers the ideas shared by Karlos Castilla, Paula Guerra Cáceres and Paula Boet in the second session of the cycle «Artificial Intelligence, Rights, and Democracy: AI, public policies and discriminations».
Why should children and adolescents participate in the decisions of cities? How can they do it? On Thursday 11 May we present the DecidimKids module which allows, for the first time, the full participation of children aged 8 to 13 on the Decidim platform.