Have you ever wondered how Chatham House researchers approach the big deals that become research? Do you enjoy meeting other Chatham House members and engaging with questions that open your mind? ‘Thinking Out Loud’ invites a small group of members to a live, unscripted discussion with a Chatham House researcher. This in-person event is a way for researchers and members to think out loud to help shape ideas for future research.
Kate Jones, Associate Fellow, International Law Programme at Chatham House will pose some key questions facing how speech is governed in an online world:
How has big tech influenced the way we think about speech and its limitations?
Can disinformation be eliminated or even greatly reduced?
Where should the responsibilities fall between government and business when it comes to speech regulation?
What might the information landscape look like in 10 years’ time? Should that affect how we tackle disinformation today?
As with all members events, questions from the audience drive the conversation.