Students from the inaugural Critical Data Studies MA class have had their posters proposals accepted by the Institute for Data Science and these will be showcased at the Data Day 4.0 Conference Wednesday March 29 in the Richcraft Hall Atrium.
Topics include: algorithmically capturing your audience with WattPad, a digital humanities analysis of critical literacy across time, algorithm literacy in journalism, smart cities and hacking, records sales and music industry revenue, geopolitics of submarine cables, computer game genres and success, Instagram folksonomies, education badges, WeChat QR Codes, and team humans and digital labour.
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