Workshops

Join our workshop at the Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations conference!

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“Agonistic engagement spaces: towards democratising the smart city” Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations (held online), University of Twente, 4-7 November 2020 Workshop date & time: Thursday, 5 November, 17:15-18:45 In this workshop, we invite participants to engage and reflect on a methodological framework based on ‘agonistic engagement spaces’ (Mouffe, 2000) in the context of human-technology-city interactions […]

Workshops

Interesting lessons from a workshop for Co-Designing Local Data Interfaces

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On September 19th, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan organised a workshop to explore neighborhood ‘data’ and re-imagine neighbourhood futures, together with residents of Leidsche Rijn (Utrecht). The workshop was guided by the questions: ‘What is data?’,  ‘Who decides?’ and ‘How can it be made meaningful for the future of the neighborhood?’. Rather than focusing on data  understood from […]

Workshops

DRS 2020 workshop: Controversies as a vehicle to integrate creative collaboration and ethical reflection

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The team of researchers composed of Julieta Matos Castaño, Deger Ozkaramanli, Anouk Geenen, Mascha Van der Voort, organized a workshop at the DRS 2020. Interested in the abstract of the workshop? Have a look at the text below! Abstract: This Workshop will facilitate an understanding of how controversies in socio-technical contexts (e.g. smart cities) can […]