On 13-15 April 2021, the CRASSH research centre at the University of Cambridge hosts an online conference to explore the politics and ethics of platform-based labour organisation, linking it to the perspective of the lived experience of the workers. DiPLab members Julian Posada, Paola Tubaro, and Milagros Miceli are proud to contribute with their research.

In a session dedicated to automation and algorithmic governance, Paola Tubaro will present a paper on Differential Pathways to Technology Jobs: The STEM Gender Gap in Online Labour Platforms (14 April, morning).

In another session on click-farming and re-CAPTCHA work, Milagros Miceli and Julian Posada will present their work on The Politics of Data Production in Machine Learning (14 April, afternoon). More details about the conference, full programme, and registration form (free but mandatory) are available here: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/29233 

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