sava saheli singh - University of Ottawa CA

Panel: Data Practice & Network Forensics
August 20, 2019, 12:00 - 13:15
Panelist: 12:00 - 13:15
Links
Screening Surveillance
The Equality Project
Surveillance Studies Centre, Queen's University

sava saheli singh is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa. Previously, as a postdoc at the Surveillance Studies Centre (SSC) at Queen’s University, she conceptualized, co-created, and co-produced "Screening Surveillance"—a knowledge translation program for the Big Data Surveillance project. "Screening Surveillance" is three short near-future fiction films that call attention to the potential human consequences of big data surveillance. Specifically, this project extends existing research from the SSC to examine the intersections and implications of big data systems, risk, and surveillance. Previously, sava completed her PhD on Academic Twitter from New York University’s Educational Communication and Technology program. Her research interests include educational surveillance; digital labour and surveillance capitalism; and critically examining the effects of technology and techno-utopianism on society.

 

 

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