Digital floor plans; This is where we live in Show more
When playing with https://35c3.bleeptrack.de/ I realized that it's not just circuit diagrams that we see but also floor plans of the digital housings we live in. Sometimes there are doors, sometimes not, sometimes it's a loft, sometimes a hut.
Love the concept of New York Hall of Science to make children vote and paricipate by using tools. Finally an analogue statistic comes out of it. This is a clever way of education for different things: voting, gathering data, visualizing data and participation. #makerfaire #newyorkcity #education #dataliteracy
- Steffen Steinert, PhD Candidate, (LMU)
- Mario De Caro, Professor in Moral #Philosophy (Roma Tre University /Tufts University)
- Mirko D. Garasic, Research Scholar (#UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights)
It became obvious that we need more interdisciplinary discussion on ethical implications of modern technology.
PhD candidate at Hamburg University of Technology. Focus on Open Education, Decentralized Technology and Free Software. Thoughts my own, not employer's.
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