In this episode we discuss the brand new book : Data and Society: A Critical Introduction.
Our guests and authors of the book, Sabina Leonelli and Anne Beaulieu will give a short introduction on this topic and the reason why they wrote it. This book investigates the growing importance of data as a technological, social, economic and scientific resource. It explains how data practices have come to underpin all aspects of human life and explores what this means for those directly involved in handling data.
It might be clear that (big) data are part of our every day life and have become very powerful in society and science. Therefore there will be a great need for scientists, who will produce more social responsible data.
Grounded in examples spanning genetics, sport and digital innovation, both writers will give an insight into the deep interrelations between technical, social and ethical aspects of data work.
For more information on the publication follow this link
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