This thread is a thing of beauty... https://twitter.com/gathara/status/1322999903753220099
Just out: The Politics of Social Media Manipulation, ed. vol. with Sabine Niederer. Includes contributions by @firstname.lastname@example.org, @SalHagen1@twitter.com, @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org, @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org, Guillén Torres and Maarten Groen. Literature review + analyses of platforms & deep vernacular web. https://twitter.com/AmsterdamUPress/status/1323218535460577283
Wondering what TikTok's AI engagement machine called the "For You" page doesn't show you?
Try Not For You, an "automated confusion system" for #TikTok that misleads its feed algorithm about who you are and what you want to see.
📢 Part time PROJECT OFFICER needed for UNIVERSAL BASIC SERVICES project.📢
Great part time paid opportunity for someone who is passionate about ensuring that everyone has access to life’s necessities.
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Deadline Nov 16th.
Just belatedly found out that Camille Henrot's "Grosse Fatigue" can be viewed online at the @email@example.com as part of this exhibition on media art & history. Highly recommended weekend viewing! https://hirshhorn.si.edu/exhibitions/in-the-beginning-media-art-and-history/ HT @firstname.lastname@example.org
So why does USS invest £50 million of our pensions in Exxon?? We don’t want this - go to the members survey and tell them to divest https://www.uss.co.uk/news-and-views/member-updates #USSdivest https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/oct/30/exxonmobile-warns-of-30bn-writedown-of-shale-assets-as-energy-prices-fall?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
I have an article just out in the Harvard Misinformation Review: 'The scale of Facebook’s problem depends upon how "fake news" is classified', https://misinforeview.hks.harvard.edu/article/research-note-the-scale-of-facebooks-problem-depends-upon-how-fake-news-is-classified/. Thanks to @email@example.com, Federica Bardelli, Rimmert Sijtsma and Giulio Valentini for the collaboration.
How do we think with Lucretius, Deleuze and Simondon in the age of datafication and machine learning? Join us this Thursday to find out, with Mark Coté talking about the generative capacities of noise. #AestheticsOfNoise @firstname.lastname@example.org @CIPh1983@twitter.com
One day left to apply for the postdoctoral research associate position at King's College London with great researchers at @email@example.com. Focus on #borders #data #migration #technology #fieldwork. More details here
Look forward to delving into this! 🌱🐙🐛
It's official! With gratitude for and celebration of all of the project's contributors, not to mention designers, coders, and other "makers" who helped bring #FeralAtlas to life. https://twitter.com/stanfordpress/status/1318628169675460610
Exciting event on images & rendering in a little under 2 hours, w/ Deborah Levitt @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com myself @firstname.lastname@example.org and others. All are welcome! https://twitter.com/ranjodhd/status/1319647989376364544
Data Stories Symposium on the 26th + 27th of November 2020 - exploring Human Data Interaction in relation to storytelling with data and about data. Featuring @email@example.com!
Find out more here http://datastories.co.uk/symposium/
and register for free via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/data-stories-symposium-2020-tickets-94189468235
Just received a copy of Reassembling Scholarly Communications edited by @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com. Great #OAweek present!
Also shameless plugging of our volume by members of @OCSDNet@twitter.com.
OA edition of 'Reassembling Scholarly Communications' (ed. @firstname.lastname@example.org & @email@example.com) now available to download https://twitter.com/martin_eve/status/1319166282218995714
I'm delighted to announce a series of events hosted by @firstname.lastname@example.org to celebrate #blackhistorymonth featuring conversations on Black British Digital Humanities, Black joy, and Black speculative fiction.
The OA version of my chapter with @CharlotteRock@twitter.com and @email@example.com is now available!!! https://twitter.com/jwyg/status/1318477680355004418
From @AprilHathcock@twitter.com's rich and thought-provoking "Preserving the Past for the Future: Whose Past? Everyone's Future" in the new "Reassembling Scholarly Communications" (eds. @firstname.lastname@example.org & @email@example.com). ✨💥⚡
Some of you will have me talking about how the noncommercial circulation of knowledge is much older than most people think - but now you can read it in print (virtual or otherwise). If 'open access' could make sense in a print-based world, it might have looked like this. https://twitter.com/jwyg/status/1318477690358345729
Lecturer in Critical Infrastructure Studies at King’s College London. Cofounder Public Data Lab. Researcher, Digital Methods Initiative + médialab, Sciences Po.
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