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For the fourth and final episode in a miniseries centered around a new Oxford University report on “Citizenship in a Networked Age,” Adam White is joined once again by two of the report’s co-authors: Professor Andrew Briggs and Dr. Dominic Burbidge.

They further explore issues raised in the previous two panels’ discussions of “Community, Platform, and Institution” and “Algorithmic vs. Democratic Decisionmaking.” They then turn to the report’s final recommendations, with an eye to the value of civic unity and empathy in fractious times. How do our most personal relationships—with family, friends, neighbors—shape the way we act as citizens in a networked age?  

The post Citizenship in a Networked Age (Part 4): Concluding Thoughts appeared first on American Enterprise Institute - AEI.

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