Information technology is everywhere in our lives today.
What are the societal implications of ubiquitous IT? Join
us as the world’s leading scholars on this topic share
their research and insights. All are welcome to attend.
2012-2013 Seminar Series
All talks will be held at 3 p.m. in 6011 Donald Bren Hall. The seminar series is free and open to the public; no RSVP required.
Organized by Gary Olson (firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy Olson (email@example.com
Geoffrey Bowker (firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Mazmanian (email@example.com
Presented by the Department of Informatics.
| Nov. 2, 2012
||HAL VARIAN, Google
“Predicting the Present with Search Engine Data”
| Dec. 7, 2012
||PAUL EDWARDS, University of Michigan
“Governance and Cyberinfrastructure in the Earth System Sciences”
| Jan. 31, 2013
||DANAH BOYD, Microsoft Research Cambridge
“Visibility: The Challenges of Seeing and Being Seen in a Networked Age”
| Feb. 22, 2013
||JUSTINE CASSELL, Carnegie Mellon University
“Connection Machines: The Science and Engineering of Rapport”
| Apr. 12, 2013
||TERRY WINOGRAD, Stanford University
“Filling the H in HCI”
| May 10, 2013
||GENEVIEVE BELL, Intel
“Does Data Have a Secret Life: An Ethnographic Account of ’Big Data’ and the Cloud”