In this page you'll find some of my writings, presentations, and other outputs that have been published online. See the Research and Projects pages for more context - some of these links have been given there, but I thought it would be useful to have them in one page.
- 21/3/2020: "What good can come out of the coronavirus?" (link)
- 24/12/2019: Human Rights Concerns on Artificial Intelligence in Southeast Asia: An Overview (link)
- 12/2/2020: Can’t live with it, can’t live without it? AI impacts on economic, social, and cultural rights (link)
- 4/3/2020: AI as a weapon against civil and political rights (link)
Academic publications permalink
I've only included the publications that you can download. For a complete list of the papers that I've written head over to the Research page.
- Tan, J.-E. (2019). "Digital Rights in Southeast Asia: Conceptual Framework and Movement Building". In Y.H. Khoo & D. Simanjundtak (Eds.), Exploring the Nexus between Technologies and Human Rights: Opportunities and Challenges for Southeast Asia. Bangkok: SHAPE-SEA (Download)
- Tan, J.-E. (2016). Social and Solidarity Economy for Sustainable Development in Malaysia: Concepts, Contexts and Case Studies. (UKM Ethnic Studies Paper Series No. 51, September 2016). Bangi: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (Download)
- Tan, J.-E. (2016). Freedom of Association and Assembly (FoAA) online in Malaysia: Overview and Case Studies in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Association for Progressive Communications (Download)
- Tan, J.-E. (2016). “Social Protection and the Informal Economy in Malaysia”. In Japan National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (JANCPEC) (Ed.), Towards a More Resilient Society: Lessons from Economic Crises. Tokyo: The Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA) (Download)
- Tan, J.-E. (2013). Building Trust In Electronic-To-Face Social Network Sites: Case Study Of Couchsurfing.Org, Dissertation in fulfilment of a PhD in Communication of the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. (Download)
I've started to use Slides.com for my slides, so you can check my profile there for an updated list of presentations (or if you can't see them below for some reason). For the time being there are these two that are online:
"The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Human Rights: The Link with Data", April 2020, oresentation for the Digital Discourses online conference organised by Goethe Institut, Jakarta. There should be a 24-minute video recording that I will receive soon and I will update it here.
"Digital Rights in the Time of Covid-19", April 2020, presentation for the Digital Youth Conference 2020, organised by International Youth United.
The below video is produced by EngageMedia, I'm featured in it