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Personal data, public policy: public view of the NHS COVID-19 app
This event by the Centre for Business in Society will discuss public views of the NHS COVID-19 app, and what can be learned for future algorithmic behaviour modification technologies.
ChatGPT and Generative/Open AI: myths and real challenges
This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will aim to demystify ChatGPT and Generative/Open AI to provide clearer view of the changes/challenges entailed by these technologies.
Hedge Funds and the Positive Idiosyncratic Volatility Effect
This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss the volatility effect of hedge funds
Postdigital Intimacies for Online Safety
Speakers will include those whose work has had an impact on the OSB, either through policy work or government roles, and academics whose research has significantly shaped the nature of the discussion.
Coventry Premoderns Spring Lecture 2023: Professor Mihoko Suzuki
This lecture focuses on the accounts of early modern Japanese women by Luis Frois, a Portuguese Jesuit who lived for over thirty years in Japan and recorded his observations for his superiors that contrasts European and Japanese culture and an extensive history of Japan.
Rethinking how to deal with contemporary AI: Ethics is not a ballast but a need
This Centre for Business in Society event will analyse the relationship between AI and ethics, and the potential impact of AI on society
Do higher debt levels benefit the wealthy? A research proposal
This event for the Centre for Business in Society will discuss a recently submitted research bid focusing on the impact of both public and private debt on wealth inequality
Climate Change Exposure and Corporate Financial Policy: International Evidence
This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss the impact of climate change on corporate financial policies
Knowledge-driven strategies and strategic thinking
In this seminar by the Centre for Business in Society, Prof Bratianu will discuss the importance of knowledge-driven business strategies.
Two-Echelon Vehicle Routing Problems: a review, some models and direction for future research
This event by the Centre for Business in Society discusses the relevant work around two-echelon vehicle routing problem.
C-DaRE invites… Marco Donnarumma – Restless bodies, tame AI and powers of othering
There are links to be made and implications to be unravelled, ecosystems to be mapped and techno-corporeal experimentation to be performed, if one’s aim is to unfold expressions of power today.
An Overview of UK Retail Financial Scandals in recent decades: Uses and abuses of Behavioural Finance
This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will explore the behavioural aspects underlying inefficient decision making of retail consumers in the banking/financial services sector
The Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP) network celebration event
The Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP) network is running its post-Covid relaunch event to celebrate Coventry University joining the CRISP network.
Shifting from a knowledge to a knowing perspective to support agroecology with Julien Blanc
Julien Blanc will briefly present the research he has carried out in France and Brazil over the last 20 years and then focus on his current collaboration with a group of peasants in South West France from an action research perspective.
C-DaRE Invites… Lucy Suchman
This event will be an improvised and informal conversation with C-DaRE’s Simon Ellis on topics including the spaces of technological possibility, subjects and objects, embodiment, and the more-than-human.
19th European Academic Conference on Internal Audit and Corporate Governance: “Sustainable and Digital Internal Audit and Corporate Governance”
For the 2023 conference, we invite papers investigating the role of internal audit and corporate governance in managing the threats and opportunities created by this rapidly evolving economic environment.
Neurodiversity and the Student Academic Experience
Neurodiversity (Specific Learning Differences; SpLDs) and the Student Academic Experience: co-creating a mixed method project to explore the lived experiences of neurodivergent students studying at the University of Warwick
The Cash Flow Sensitivity of Cash Revisited: Evidence from COVID-19
This presentation will re-examine the cash flow sensitivity of cash.
Collaborative innovation in a local authority – ‘local economic development-by-project’?
This event will discuss how local authorities in England have adapted to austerity through collaborative innovation
Informative Covariates, False Discoveries and Mutual Fund Performance
This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss the implementation of a new multiple-hypotheses testing method on mutual funds performance.