Why gender equality benefits tech and society and what is the difference between “fixing the numbers” and “fixing the knowledge”
In March GeDIS Lab & ITeG hosted a third Lab Meeting of the CF+ project “m-e-t-h-o-d-o-l-o-g-i-e-s (or not): doing things together with computational practice and feminist theory”. We were very excited to collaborate with artist and designer Femke Snelting, who not only gave a talk […]
How to innovate smart homes with design and development stripped of stereotypes? Including gender dimension can help.
A list of practices for facilitation that can help work through power differences and different styles of participation in the classroom.
How feminist theoretical perspective, particularly situated knowledges and standpoint theory, can help tackle bias in algorithmic systems.
On March 14th, 2019, we will be organising the 3rd Lab Meeting of the project “Reconfiguring Computing Through Cyberfeminism and New Materialism” (CF+) with artist and researcher Femke Snelting! At this lab-meeting we will discuss m-e-t-h-o-d-o-l-o-g-i-e-s (or not) for knotting together the expertise of artists, […]
A brief reflection on a discussion that took place at Transmediale 2019
What is feminist data inside of social networks, algorithms, and big data? We invited artist and machine learning designer Caroline Sinders to talk about her own technopractice and her project “Feminist Data Set”.
Cornelia Sollfrank takes a critical look to the cyberfeminism(s) of the 1990s and technofeminisms of today
The “Center for Emancipatory Technology” (CET) tries to open up new perspectives in the prevalent public discourse around technology between product-driven innovation romanticism and fear of joblessness.