ISSTI Retreat Videos
Last summer’s ISSTI retreat was held in the chimpanzee house at Edinburgh Zoo. It gave a range of faculty, research students and invited guests the chance to present their latest ideas to a sympathetic audience. For the first time the presentations were videoed and some of the videos have been made available on the ISSTI web-site. Here are five of the more interesting presentations. When I have a spare minute I will write some commentary.
Paolo Quattrone: Unfolding Rationality: Performative Accountability, Visual Memory, and Order
Gian Marco Campagnolo, Neil Pollock: Subitisation
Stuart Anderson: Big Data and its malcontents
Trevor Pinch: Beyond Affordances and Scripts: Socio-Materiality and Why It Matters
Cate Heeney and Nadja Kanellopoulou: Topographies of data sharing and the future of data governance