Windley, Chapman and Stotesbury

Electronic Voting
45 minutes, 10.4mb, recorded 2004-02-09
[Full title: Electronic Voting and Transparency] The vote counting problems of the election in 2000 created much interest in improved voting systems. The natural inclination of many technologists would be to apply computer technology to the problem, but whether this can be done in a reliable and trustworthy way is a controversial subject. Many respected computer scientists don't think it can be done at all. This panel explores the issues and let each side make its case. Come, listen, and decide for yourself.

Phil Windley, publisher & editor, Windley's Enterprise Computing Weblog
Gary Chapman, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas
Bill Stotesbury, vice president o fmarketing, Hart InterCivic

[recorded at the O'Reilly Digital Democracy Teach-In]

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