As We May Automate; additional perspective

Following As We May Automate my friend M., a human rights lawyer who specializes in modern slavery, serendipitously sent me the following paragraph out of Julia O’connel Davidson’s Modern Slavery: The Margins of Freedom: There is a gap – a vast chasm even – between the discourse surrounding what may and may not be treated properly […]

Posted at 15:20 on February 24, 2017 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Knowledge, Sociology, Uncategorized, Yay Theories | Continue reading

As We May Automate

Once more with paradata.

Posted at 13:05 on February 15, 2017 | 1 comment | Filed Under: Accessing Knowledge, Knowledge, Sociology, Uncategorized, Zeitgeist | Continue reading

About

Hi, I’m Shir. This blog started back when I was a history, sociology and anthropology undergrad student. Then I was an MLIS candidate, and now I’m just writing about metadata and political anthropology of information architecture. (I’m also many other things that are less relevant in this context.)

I thrive in data, epistemology, live music, knowledge and culture, mostly with regarding to the relations between ethics and aesthetics and the relationships between the natural and social sciences. I also found that Academia and I sometime don’t speak the same language, and need a place to store and sort out some very raw drafts of ideas until something better will come along.

You may ask for the password of protected posts; I don’t guaranty you’ll always get it.
Some posts that were once live on this blog are now hidden, so you’re not imagining if you can no longer find content that was once there.

If you catch a typo/mistake, please let me know. Other than that, welcome to the backyard of my mind.

How to contact me: leave a comment with a valid email, and I’ll get back to you later. Really.


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