<synthesis> Organizing Knowledge in Times of Digital Transformation - Rountable Discussion
v.ferrari at uva.nl
Fri Apr 9 14:18:53 CEST 2021
I am very excited to invite you to the launch event of the Glossary of Decentralized Technosocial Systems<https://policyreview.info/node/1541>, that the Blockchain and Society Policy Research Lab (University of Amsterdam), in collaboration with the P2P Models (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Trust in Distributed Environments (Weizenbaum Institut, Berlin) and Blockchain Gov teams (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris), is curating as a Special Issue of the Internet Policy Review.
The Lexicon of Digital Cultures: Organizing Knowledge in Times of Digital Transformation
20th April 2021
16,00 - 18,00 CET
Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam
The Lexicon of Digital Cultures: Organizing Knowledge in Times of Digital Transformation<https://events.eventzilla.net/e/the-lexicon-of-digital-cultures-organizing-knowledge-in-times-of-digital-transformation-2138812187>
The Lexicon of Digital Cultures: Organizing Knowledge in Times of Digital Transformation 20th April…
Balázs Bodó, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam.
Francesca Musiani, National Centre for Scientific Research, Abécédaire des architectures distribuées;
Edward N. Zalta, Stanford University, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy;
Hay Kranen, Wikimedia Netherlands;
Valeria Ferrari, University of Amsterdam, Glossary of Decentralised Technosocial Systems (Internet Policy Review);
Nicolo Zingales, Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School, Glossary of Platforms Law and Policy (Internet Governance Forum);
Noopur Raval, AINow Institute<https://ainowinstitute.org/>, A New AI Lexico.
The idea of the Glossary of Decentralised Technosocial Systems arose from the need to define terms that - while being relevant to current discussions about power of/in/over digital cultures - remain ill-defined and contested. The definition of the scope, content and format of the Glossary triggered many questions: what is the role and usefulness of glossaries in the study of legal, political, societal implications of internet-based technologies? How is it possible to reconcile diversity of voices and interdisciplinarity with the need to claim "authority" in specific fields of knowledge? Can glossaries carry a political dimension and accelerate (as opposed to slow down) change in discourse?
To find possible answers to such questions, we looked at efforts that share some similarities to ours - projects that were inspirational to our initiative, and projects we discovered along the way. On the occasion of the launch of the Glossary, we invite these projects to discuss how they have addressed, solved or simply thought about these and other questions posed by the fascinating yet problematic task of organizing knowledge.
This roundtable brings together glossaries, encyclopedias or other types of projects that, through different formats and sizes, seek to systematize, organize, update and coalesce discursive fields of knowledge. After a brief overview of each project, we will engage in a structured confrontation asking questions relating to authority, interdisciplinarity, diversity and temporal evolution of glossaries and encyclopedias in times of fast and ubiquitous digital transformation.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Institute for Information Law (IViR)
University of Amsterdam
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