All Backchannels Entries Tagged 'big data'
Reflections / Leo Matteo BachingerThe fourth entry to our ongong series explores and reflects the ways in which data is used to conceal, silence but also bring to the foreground environmental and Climate Change issues.
Projects / Karoliina Snell, Ilpo Helén and Aaro TupaselaExamining the premises and promises of the new data-driven health paradigm
Projects / Francesca Musiani, Annalisa Pelizza and Stefania MilanUncovering regimes of inclusion/exclusion nested in technical details of information infrastructures.
Projects / Sarah Kember and Alex TaylorCritically examining these relations between time, the count, and forms of life/labour, our research might also be seen to point to more careful and caring imaginaries of who and what could count in/through computation.
Report-backs / David RibesThese elder stateswomen and men of their diverse disciplines recognized that the worlds that had made up their graduate and early academic lives were in flux; that how they had once learned to collect and work with data were undergoing, in uneven stops and starts, great shifts.
Reflections / Mark MoritzThe streetlight effect is one factor that prevents big data studies from being useful in the real world – especially studies analyzing easily available user-generated data from the Internet.
Reflections / Deborah LuptonWhen I speak at the Summit, I will note that the first issue to consider is for whom and by whom personal health and medical data are collected. Who decides whether personal digital data should be generated and collected? Who has control over these decisions? What are the power relations and differentials that are involved?