The COVID-19 pandemic requires reconsidering the relationship between data and invisible populations as a form of de facto civil inclusion. While most forms of data management of populations are problematic, […]
A shorter version of this commentary is published as Pelizza, Annalisa. (2020). Blame is in the eye of the beholder: beyond an ethics of hubris and shame in the time […]
Annalisa’s new article, a foundational contribution to the Processing Citizenship ERC project, has just been published open access by Science, Technology and Human Values. Enjoy! “Processing Alterity, Enacting Europe. Migrant […]
How to conceptualize online sociability in the 21st century? To answer this question, Communities at a Crossroads looks back at the mid-2000s. With the burst of the creative-entrepreneur alliance, the […]
And here we are, ready with the first publication by Processing Citizenship. The project’s PI, A. Pelizza, has indeed contributed with a new article to the November issue of the […]
Data acquire meaning through circulation. Yet most approaches to high-quality data aim to flatten this stratification of meanings. In government, data quality is achieved through integrated systems of authentic registers […]
The shift from governance of to governance by information infrastructures has major implications for innovation policy. With algorithmic governance, regimes of inclusion/exclusion “sink” in information infrastructures that act as decision-makers. […]
A new article by Rob Hoppe and me – “Birth of a Failure” is now out on Administration and Society!
My new article “Developing the Vectorial Glance” is now out on Science, Technology and Human Values!
It is eventually online the “Writings” section, where most articles I have written since early 2000s are archived.