564 results, 305 results in section Mediathek

    Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga

    Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga is an associate professor of science, technology, and society at MIT Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga is an associate professor of science, technology, and society at MIT

    Publication: Nervous Systems

    ubiquitous digital and technological infrastructures have united the state, industry, body and technology ubiquitous digital and technological infrastructures have united the state, industry, body and technology

    Neo-Ecology

    technology and life become unclear, our thinking and acting also enter a new cycle. Neo-ecology no longer technology and life become unclear, our thinking and acting also enter a new cycle. Neo-ecology no longer

    Publication: Nervous Systems

    ubiquitous digital and technological infrastructures have united the state, industry, body and technology ubiquitous digital and technological infrastructures have united the state, industry, body and technology

    Contributors: Ahmad Borham

    Arab Academy for Science and Technology and the American University in Cairo. He holds a Master's of Arab Academy for Science and Technology and the American University in Cairo. He holds a Master's of

    Contributors: Elke Beyer

    of Technology (TU Berlin). She taught history and theory of architecture at ETH Zurich, where she of Technology (TU Berlin). She taught history and theory of architecture at ETH Zurich, where she

    Contributors: Myung-Ae Choi

    Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Drawing on cultural geography and political ecology, her Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Drawing on cultural geography and political ecology, her

    Contributors: Bryan Little

    technology, real locations, immersive audience participation and non-linear storytelling. He co-founded Fly technology, real locations, immersive audience participation and non-linear storytelling. He co-founded Fly

    Contributors: Isabel Lewis

    created works on open source technology, social dances as cultural storage systems, future bodily created works on open source technology, social dances as cultural storage systems, future bodily

    Contributors: Sarj Lynch

    journalism and internet law led to a career spanning technology, education, human resources, gastronomy journalism and internet law led to a career spanning technology, education, human resources, gastronomy

    Contributors: Umashankar Manthravadi

    ambisonic technology to document the acoustic properties of archaeological sites in India, examining in ambisonic technology to document the acoustic properties of archaeological sites in India, examining in

    Contributors: Hu Fang

    When Can You Call It Technology? When Can You Call It Technology?

    Contributors: Beate Geissler

    beings through technology. She is a professor of Art at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a co beings through technology. She is a professor of Art at the University of Illinois at Chicago and a co

    Contributors: Andrej Heinke

    Stuttgart, where he pursues the themes of future research and technology strategy and is responsible for the Stuttgart, where he pursues the themes of future research and technology strategy and is responsible for the

    Contributors: Hadi Al Khatib

    Syrian Archive. He previously worked with Tactical Technology Collective to support journalists and human Syrian Archive. He previously worked with Tactical Technology Collective to support journalists and human

    Contributors: Regine Rapp

    technology in the 21st century and developed conferences such as Synaesthesia. Discussing a Phenomenon in the technology in the 21st century and developed conferences such as Synaesthesia. Discussing a Phenomenon in the

    Contributors: Bronislaw Szerszynski

    humans, environment and technology in the longer perspective of human and planetary history. Szerszynskis humans, environment and technology in the longer perspective of human and planetary history. Szerszynskis

    Contributors: Max Senges

    , Internet politics, innovation, and the culture and philosophy of technology. Over the last ten years he has , Internet politics, innovation, and the culture and philosophy of technology. Over the last ten years he has

    Contributors: Elizabeth A. Povinelli

    When Can You Call It Technology? When Can You Call It Technology?

    Contributors: Nelly Y. Pinkrah

    University, Montréal. Her Areas of interest are (digital) media and technology, political thoughts and University, Montréal. Her Areas of interest are (digital) media and technology, political thoughts and

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