Hosted by the Internet Society's NYC and DC chapters, Assistant Professor Jessa Lingel participates in a panel on regulating political and news content online.
Assistant Professor Jessa Lingel gives a talk on her new book, Digital Countercultures, at the MISC group at the University of Michigan.
The Drexel InterView, a unit of the Pennoni Honors College of Drexel University, is hosted by best-selling author, critic, and Drexel University Distinguished Professor Paula Marantz Cohen. The Drexel InterView features a half-hour conversation with a nationally known or emerging talent in the arts, culture, science, or business.
Design scholar, communication professor at the Annenberg School, and author of the classic work "The Semantic Turn: A New Foundation for Design" Klaus Krippendorff and art history/interior design professor David Raizman are both experts in the study of design as it relates to art and user functionality. In this special episode of The Drexel InterView paying tribute to the 125th Anniversary of Drexel University—where “art, science, and industry” are at the institutional core—Host Paula Marantz Cohen delves into discussion with Krippendorff and Raizman about the transformative power of design, as well as the intersection of design, culture, technology, and art aesthetics in a global market.
Date: Thursday 19 May 2016
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Oscar H. Gandy, Jr.
Respondent: Professor Louise Amoore
Chair: Dr. Seeta Peña Gangadharan
The increasingly precise segmentation and targeting of commercial messages has been enabled in large part through the analysis of massive amounts of transaction-generated-information. Although some attention has been paid to the use of these privacy invasive strategies within the public sphere, the use of personal data with regard to the formation, implementation and evaluation of public policies at the local, national and regional levels has largely been ignored. After discussing threats of political profiling to the future of public participation in the democratic process, Oscar Gandy will explore some possibilities for managing the nature, extent and distribution of these and associated societal harms.
Oscar H. Gandy, Jr. is a media scholar and Emeritus Professor at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania.
Louise Amoore (@AmooreLouise) researches and teaches in the areas of global geopolitics and security. She has particular interests in how contemporary forms of data, analytics and risk management are changing the techniques of border control and security. Louise has been awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship (2016-18) for work on the Ethics of Algorithm.
Seeta Peña Gangadharan is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Media and Communications at LSE.
The goal of LSE's Media Policy Project (@LSEmediapolicy) is to start conversations between policy makers, civil society actors, and media professionals about the latest media research.