Socialising Big Data: the in/vulnerabilities of digital data-objects – panels at CRESC annual conference

We will be presenting papers, along with others, at two panels on Socialising Big Data at the upcoming CRESC Annual Conference, 3-6 September, SOAS, London. Here is our line-up:

From probability to plausibility: in/vulnerable numbers, Evelyn Ruppert

Drawn Numbers: Secrets, Public Statistics and Representational Crises, Ana Gross and Celia Lury

Big Data and Climate Change Mitigation: Materiality, Representation and Action, Hannah Knox

‘Everything is in the data’: reading the contemporary DNA archives, Adrian Mackenzie and Ruth McNally

Predicting a Crisis on Twitter: From causality to emergence, Stephanie Alice Baker

The Social Life of Scientific Data: ontological alchemy, compaction and what is “inside the possible”, Antonia Walford

Changing Topographies and In/vulnerabilities of Techno-scientific Knowledge Production in ‘The Big Data Revolution’: Performative and Diversal Approaches to the Knowledge Commons, David Turnbull


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