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Research activities in SHAPE

2022

  • Renée Ridgway gave the talk "Coach, ally or friend? Surrogate care of therapy chatbots as transactional exchanges", Ibero-American University Puebla, Mexico, 9 December 2022.
     
  • Ole Sejer Iversen gave e a talk on data rights at UNESCOs Conference, 5 December 2022.  
     
  • Ole Sejer Iversen is co-author of an article on children and young people’s comprehension of the ethical and social consequences of emerging technologies “Computational empowerment in practice: Scaffolding teenagers’ learning about emerging technologies and their ethical and societal impact. International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction. Read the article here.
     
  • Winnie Soon gave a talk and was a part of the Hong Kong panel “Instilling an undertow: Micro-autonomous art practices and inquiries around P2P”, 28 Nov 2022. Read more here.
     
  • Peter Danholt gave the talk "The data driven ontology" at SHAPE and ADD's symposium "The data driven welfare state? From digitalization to datafication", Aarhus University, 17 November 2022. Read about the symposium here.
     
  • Ole Sejer Iversen was the keynote speaker with the talk ”Det ser sjovt ud, men lærer de noget?” at the Ministry of Education’s conference Digitaliseringsdage, 10 November 2022.
     
  • Anja Bechmann organized the ECREA post-conference “Digital media and information disorders: Theorizing and investigating influence operations, impact and contextual factors”, Aarhus University, 24 October 2022. Read about the post-conference here.
     
  • Patrick Heiberg Kapsch presented the article  ”Exploring user agency and small acts of algorithm engagement in everyday media use” på konferencen ECREA 2022, 18 October 2022. Read the abstract here.
     
  • Renée Ridgway was invited for the panel discussion 'Ethics of Search'. 4th Open Search Conference, CERN, 10-12 October 2022.
     
  • Peter Dalsgaard presented the article “Four Challenges of Designing Digital Services to Support Participatory Design“ at the NordiCHI conference 2022, 10 October 2022.  
     
  • Peter Danholt gave the talk “The intrusion of the digital?” at the Democracy & Digital Citizenship Conference, Roskilde University, 30 September 2022.
     
  • Renée Ridgway gave the talk “Subjectivities of search vs. Agencies of anonymity: Reimagining Google’s organisational theology through Tor’s recursive public” at Democracy & Digital Citizenship Conference, Roskilde University, 29 September 2022.
     
  • Peter Danholt was guest in the podcast episode “Hvad kan AI lære os om os selv? – AI og humaniora 2”, 28 September 2022. Listen to the episode here.
     
  • Renée Ridgway gave the talk "The Future of Search: exploring virtual assistants (AI) through a critical ethnography of the self’. Digital Futures in the Making: Imaginaries, Politics, and Materialities, Digilab: Institute of Anthropological Studies in Culture and History, University of Hamburg, DE, 14 September 2022.
     
  • Peter Dalsgaard is co-author on the article “Four Challenges of Designing Digital Services to Support Participatory Design“ in ACM.  https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3546155.3547273
     
  • Peter Lauritsen and Peter Danholt are authors of the article “The Role of Digital Data on Citizens in Social Work Research: A Literature Review” in British Journal of Social Work. September 2022. Read an abstract here.
     
  • Ole Sejer Iversen is co-author on an article on AI and machine learning in education. “Internet of Things og Augmented Reality, Emerging Technologies in K-12 Education: A Future HCI Research Agenda” in ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction.
     
  • Peter Danholt gave the talk “AI in/of a more-than-human world” at the AI and the Humanities Conference, Aarhus University, 7 September 2022.
     
  • Ole Sejer Iversen is co-author on an article about children and young people’s critical data literacy in the field of education ”Supporting Critical Data Literacy in K-9 Education: Three Principles for Enriching Pupils’ Relationship to Data” in Interaction Design and Children. Read the article here. 
     
  • Anja Bechmann has become a member of a new Nordic think tank that examines tech giants influence on democracy in the Nordic Region. Read more here.