Papers are sought for participation in a workshop examining potential conceptual or practical correlations between Bayesian approaches, in statistics, data science, mathematics and other fields, and feminist and decolonial approaches to epistemology and the cultural study of science. The significance of Bayesian approaches Today, versions […]
Critical Tools for Machine Learning or CritML is a project that brings together critical intersectional feminist theory and machine learning systems design. The goal of the project is to provide ways to work with critical theoretical concepts that are rooted in intersectional feminist, anti-racist, post/de-colonial […]
The workshop series on “Methods, Theories, and Taking Action through Gender and Feminisms in Human Computer Interaction” was documented in a booklet.
In 2022 an increasing number of digital businesses are building their business models on data collection, its usage, and further processing. Data and especially so-called big data holds the potential for a lot of innovation and empowers the advancement of all-day-technologies, knowledge engineering and the […]
Technical research and development are embedded in social contexts, afforded by stakeholders, their goals and interests, values and assumptions, and the social and professional structures they are part of. The choice of research topics and many development decisions start from rather general, standard assumptions about […]
INTRODUCTION Taking as its starting point a family archive of 16mm colour material recorded in 1950’s Congo, We called her cyborg aunt is an ongoing artistic research project into the rhetorics and epistemic frameworks surrounding the “use” of technology, underlining the continuity of hierarchies and […]
Our lived realities are inextricably tied to technologies and digital infrastructures. This means that when we educate designers and computer scientists of the future, we have to do more than simply give them the technical skills needed for their future jobs. It is also our […]
A rehearsal in staying with painful technologies and a response-in-progress Key terms of tech trouble Cutting-edge surveillance, unverifiable tech, high-risk laboratory, ad-hoc-tech that leads to risky securityAbstractHow to do a close reading and unlearning at the same time? When engaging with trouble that moves with […]
The website submarinecablemap.com displays all known submarine cables as colorful lines on a world map. An abundance of distinct lines run in parallel between Europe, North America and Asia, while other lines form into knots in places where cables are distributed and split into various […]
Join a workshop “Critical Tools for Machine Learning” as part of CHItaly conference on July 11, 2021.