BIT-ACT's new publication on AI tools to combat corruption

The paper titled "Bots against corruption: Exploring the benefits and limitations of AI-based anti-corruption technology" was published in the journal Crime, Law and Social Change.

Published on 27 March 2023

Call for Papers on Corruption and Integrity - Deadline Feb 15, 2023

Present at the ECPR General Conference 2023, taking place at Charles University, Prague, 4-8 September.

Published on 25 January 2023

Anwesha Chakraborty talks at the annual Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) conference

She presents a paper titled 'Affordances of grassroots civic tech platforms against corruption in India'

Published on 01 December 2022

Call for papers | STS Italia Conference 2023 hosted by UNIBO: new deadline 22nd January 2023

Anwesha Chakraborty and Alice Fubini from the BIT-ACT team are the convenors of a panel on the entanglements between technoscience and good governance

Published on 01 December 2022

Fernanda Odilla on the online talk "Emerging Technologies for Water Integrity"

Join the online discussion on Wednesday, November 23

Published on 22 November 2022

Oksana Huss on the resilience of Ukraine

The BIT-ACT post-doc discusses the role of citizen engagement and anti-corruption for resilience in Ukraine

Published on 20 November 2022

Oksana Huss at the "Social Change in Ukraine: Obstacles and Opportunities” Conference

The conference takes place at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, 16-17 November 2022

Published on 10 November 2022

The changing role of the oligarchs since the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Oksana Huss in an interview with Deutsche Welle

Published on 05 November 2022

Alice Mattoni delivers a lecture at the University of Warsaw on the 8th of November 2022

The talk discusses the opportunities and challenges of digital media in the bottom-up anti-corruption fight

Published on 30 October 2022

Alice Mattoni teaches a seminar at the interdisciplinary programme DELab of the University of Warsaw

The seminar engages with the glocal dimension of digital media by drawing on the knowledge gained in the framework of the ongoing BIT-ACT research project

Published on 30 October 2022

Are we holding AI anti-corruption tools accountable?

Fernanda Odilla discusses the need to use AI (Artificial Intelligence) responsibly in anti-corruption

Published on 25 October 2022

The BIT-ACT team at the 2022 ECPR General Conference in Innsbruck

The event will combine online and face-to-face panels in the Austrian Tyrol

Published on 12 August 2022