SODAS Inaugural Lecture Series 2017
Data has become part of the basic fabric of social life in many different ways. What sorts of questions do we need to start asking in order to understand, prepare for, and shape our futures with and through digital data?
The Centre for Social Data Science (SODAS) at the University of Copenhagen is convening its inaugural Lecture Series on the theme of Data Futures. Speakers from different disciplines are asked to reflect on the most pressing questions for contemporary society as we face futures living with and through data. The lectures will be aimed at an interdisciplinary audience - all welcome.
The first lecture will be given by Ivana Konvalinka on 31st March 2017, from 11.00 - 12.30 in 35.3.20, CSS Campus, KU.
Dr Konvalinka (DTU Compute) works in the field of social neuroscience. The title of her talk is:
"Quantifying social interaction: mechanisms across behavioural, neural, and physiological domains"
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