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The Digital Society (DS) research domain at IIIT-B is broadly concerned with the social role of information and communications technologies (ICTs. Faculty members in ITS have wide ranging interests in domains as diverse as telecom policy, technology innovation, information studies, sociology of technologies, human computer interaction (HCI),and accessibility and disability studies. Their disciplinary affiliations with expertise in the social sciences, include economics, economic geography, sociology, communication studies, development, management, governance and public administration. Current areas of research interests include: ICT and Development (ICTD), ICT industry and economic development, Human Computer Interaction (HCI), ICT and privacy policies and regulation, radio spectrum regulation, telecom, technology design, digital governance, information systems, accessibility and inclusion, public policy, digital infrastructures and governance, sociology of work and automation, technology and ethics, globalization, technological change and innovation, , technology access and governance, Urbanism, urbanisation and "smart" cities, politics of privacy, automated decision-making and algorithmic biases. 


The centres and programs associated with ITS include: 

1.  Centre for Information Technology and Public Policy (CITAPP)


Faculty Members:

Amit Prakash

Balaji Parthasarathy

Janaki Srinivasan

Preeti Mudliar

V. Sridhar