Media Ecology & Artificial Intelligence 2017


Notes:

According to the Media Ecology Association, media ecology “is the study of media environments, the idea that technology and techniques, modes of information and codes of communication play a leading role in human affairs“.

  • Algorithmic culture
  • Automated lives
  • Scientific transmedia storytelling
  • Virtual ecology

Wikipedia:

See also:

Digital Narrative & Natural Language 2017INSCAPE (Interactive Storytelling for Creative People)Interactive Fiction 2017Interactive Narrative & Natural Language 2017Narrative Generation 2017Transmedia Storytelling


The age of Twitter: Donald J. Trump and the politics of debasement
BL Ott – Critical Studies in Media Communication, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… Media ecology or “medium theory” is a perspective that suggests every communication technology (ie medium) has key physical, psychological, and social … If this all sounds a bit alarmist, consider the case of Tay, an artificial intelligence engineered by Microsoft to learn how to …

Feral computing: From ubiquitous calculation to wild interactions
M Fuller, S Matos – How To Be a Geek: Essays on the Culture of …, 2017 – books.google.com
… approaches, based on powerful degrees of abstraction, were later applied to the development of new kinds of artificial intelligence, now retrospectively … engender a sense of the uncanny in urban situations; they are feral robots that couple with rickety media ecologies and the …

Social media work: reshaping organisational communications, extracting digital value
A McCosker – Media International Australia, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Social media platforms are associated with significant digital transformations but also carry some uncertainty for organisations seeking to capitalise on their …

Adoption of media by European scientists for the creation of scientific transmedia storytelling
P Sánchez-Holgado, C Arcila-Calderón – Proceedings of the 5th …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Media Ecology, focuses on analyzing how the media affect human opinion, understanding, feeling or value; And how our interaction with the media … are currently being made in the field of social sciences in convergence with the computer sciences, artificial intelligence and big …

The University and the Knowledge Network: A New Educational Model for Twenty-first Century Learning and Employability
R Bridgstock – Graduate employability in context, 2017 – Springer
… (2016). Amazon Mechanical Turk: Artificial artificial intelligence … An introduction to connective knowledge. Paper presented at the media, knowledge & education: Exploring new spaces, Relations and Dynamics in Digital Media Ecologies, Innsbruck.Google Scholar …

The Emperor of Strong AI Has No Clothes: Limits to Artificial Intelligence
A Braga, RK Logan – Information, 2017 – mdpi.com
Making use of the techniques of media ecology we argue that the premise of the technological Singularity based on the notion computers will one day be smarter that their human creators is false … They treat artificial intelligence as a figure without a ground …

The Using of Digital Media to Enhance Teaching and Learning English on the Well-being of Indonesian Students
VE Meidasari – Journal of English Language and Culture, 2017 – journal.ubm.ac.id
… Current media ecologies often rely on a convergence of digital and online media with print, analog, and … power of the computer with the presentation capabilities of video and audio. Artificial intelligence uses the computational power of the computer to support …

Narrative Across Media: Trans-Stories In-Betweeness
MTV Picos – Digital Media and Textuality: From Creation to …, 2017 – books.google.com
… a type of ecosystem that surrounds individuals and molds their perception and cognition, establishing a discipline that we might call Media Ecology … The experiment is configured as an innovative project that inte- grates the transmedia format with aspects of artificial intelligence …

Metamedia, Ecosystems and Value Chains
FC Freire – Media and Metamedia Management, 2017 – Springer
… by media companies, but also by public and philanthropic institutions, amateurs, activists and robotic actors with artificial intelligence (Latour 2001 … by the classics by Marshal McLuhan (1964); Postman (2000, 2004) and the schools belonging to the media ecology from Toronto …

The Platform Condition: Information Assets, Intermediary Bias and Digital Advertising in Perspective
S van der Graaf, R Heyman, D Nieborg – researchgate.net
… operate as market makers in the digital media value chain, sitting at the very core of a complex media ecology (squeezed between … the focus is on understanding the socio-economic implications of bias in algorithmic systems and the phenomenon of artificial intelligence at the …

A genealogy of computer-generated narrative
E Rose – Explorations in Media Ecology, 2017 – ingentaconnect.com
… Actual work on creating such a machine began over two centuries later with the emergence of the computer and, shortly thereafter, the emergence of the field of artificial intelligence (AI) … 8/24/2017 10:35:03 PM Page 4. Ellen Rose 10 Explorations in Media Ecology …

Prolegomenon to a Media Theory of Machine Learning: Compute-Computing and Compute-Computed
DM Berry – Media Theory, 2017 – journalcontent.mediatheoryjournal …
… Partly, this has been due to changes in hardware and software capacities that enable some of the promises of artificial intelligence to be realised across the entire landscape of media ecology. The turn to machine learning has also been driven by the limited capacities within …

If e-mail could speak, what would it say? Interviewing objects in a digital world
JA Turville – Explorations in Media Ecology, 2017 – ingentaconnect.com
… Alspach, K. (2015), ‘Israeli artificial intelligence startup opens Boston-area HQ’, https://www. americaninno.com/boston/artificial-intelligence-for-email- overload-knowmails-israel-to-boston- move. Accessed 27 September 2017 … Joni A. Turville 170 Explorations in Media Ecology …

Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016: Whitney Museum of American Art, October 26, 2016–February 5, 2017
B Ogrodnik – Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in …, 2017 – contemporaneity.pitt.edu
… Thus, our current media ecology requires a new framework, one that does not put artists, audiences, or artworks into separate and reified … Artist Terence Broad built an artificial intelligence program to remember every single individual frame of the 1982 cult film and reconstruct …

Adoption of media by European scientists for the creation of scientific transmedia storytelling
C Arcila-Calderón, P Sánchez-Holgado – 2017 – repositorio.grial.eu
… Media Ecology, focuses on analyzing how the media affect human opinion, understanding, feeling or value; And how our interaction with the media … are currently being made in the field of social sciences in convergence with the computer sciences, artificial intelligence and big …

The media ecology of play: A preliminary probe of childhood play in the digital age
R Albrecht, C Tabone – Explorations in Media Ecology, 2017 – ingentaconnect.com
Page 1. EME 16 (1) pp. 21–38 Intellect Limited 2017 Explorations in Media Ecology Volume 16 Number 1 © 2017 Intellect Ltd Article. English language … CARMINE TABONE Educational Arts Team The media ecology of play: A preliminary probe of childhood play in the digital …

The Future of Learning with Design Thinking in Mind
D Pesut – 2017 – conservancy.umn.edu
… New media ecology –new communication tools require new media literacies beyond text … Life time personal learning bots will leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to grow with human partners and provide smart support and feedback …

Media ecological orientations to philosophy and philosophical problems
C Anton – 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… Philosophic culture, media ecology, and today’s situation … The Internet, smart phones, social networking sites, artificial intelligence, robotics, modern pharmacological science, biotechnology, and automation have all played some role in the changes afoot …

Digitalization of economy, based on improving expert knowledge management systems
AA Aletdiova – St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University …, 2017 – search.proquest.com
… mobile devices, augmented reality (portable gadgets), Internet of Things, geolocation, advanced interfaces for the interaction between an individual and a computer, authentication and fraud detection, 3D-printing technology in the framework of artificial intelligence, big-data …

Proceedings of the First Workshop on Abusive Language Online
Z Waseem, WHK Chung, D Hovy… – Proceedings of the First …, 2017 – aclweb.org
… Losh is an Associate Professor of English and American Studies at William and Mary with a specialization in New Media Ecologies … is the Senior Research Scientist in Google’s Research & Machine Intelligence group, working on advancing artificial intelligence towards positive …

Algorithmic Culture and Cultural Intermediation
J Hutchinson – Cultural Intermediaries, 2017 – Springer
… media and cultural systems, and the sorts of implications associated with that arena of artificial intelligence and algorithms … as an approach to efficiently and effectively operate across contemporary social media platforms for ethical communication across future media ecologies …

The Post-Historical Return of Interality: In Lieu of a Preface
P Zhang – China Media Research, 2017 – go.galegroup.com
… The modus operandi of media ecology McLuhan-style is probing, which is an interological operation … sudden proliferation of unemployment and leisure (a specific sense of interality) as a consequence of qualitative breakthroughs in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) research …

Towards a Contemplative Commons
ON DAY – Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, 2017 – iass-potsdam.de
… vast new technological capacities to restructure material production and social relations using artificial intelligence and machine … thought, post-humanism, new materialism, speculative realism, ecocriticism, the environmental humanities, political ecology, and media ecology …

Writing Through Contemporary Self-Translation
O Huopaniemi – Digital Media and Textuality: From Creation to …, 2017 – books.google.com
… What distinguishes it from the countless other al- gorithmic adaptations that make up the media ecologies of the 21st century … natural language processing (NLP) or computational linguistics “is a field at the intersection of computer sci- ence, artificial intelligence, and linguistics …

E-Business Development: The Comparative Study Of The Czech Republic And The Ukraine
V Kulyk, D Skodova Parmova – DETUROPE-THE CENTRAL …, 2017 – deturope.eu
… on online security, DRM, and IPR; –proposal of tentative mechanisms for cross border compensation and dispute resolution, self- regulation, and relevant codes of conduct; –initiation of holistic approaches regarding applied ontologies and artificial intelligence for several key …

The renaissance of techno-utopianism as a challenge for responsible innovation
S Dickel, JF Schrape – Journal of Responsible Innovation, 2017 – Taylor & Francis

A Critical Look at MOOCs
JM Spector – Open Education: from OERs to MOOCs, 2017 – Springer
… An introduction to connective knowledge. In T. Hughes (Ed.), Media, knowledge & education: Exploring new spaces, relations, and dynamics in digital media ecologies … 70,000 students flock to free online course in artificial intelligence …

Kompromat Goes Global?: Assessing a Russian Media Tool in the United States
S Oates – Slavic Review, 2017 – cambridge.org
… 7. Kate Starbird, “Examining the Alternative Media Ecosystems through the Production of Alternative Narratives of Mass Shooting Events on Twitter,” unpublished paper for the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, 2017, at http://faculty.washington.edu/kstarbi …

Exploring Distribution as a Condition: Elements of a Minor Metropolitanism
S Zehle – Media Architecture: Using Information and Media as …, 2017 – books.google.com
… Exploring Distribution as a Condition: Elements of a Minor Metropolitanism| 199 2 Ambient Media, Ecologies of Practice What media architecture research can do as it reflects on the emergence of am- bient … In: MN Huhns; L. Gasser (eds.): Distributed Artificial Intelligence Vol …

Brave New Network: The Gambit of Living Automated Lives
K James – The Precarious Future of Education, 2017 – Springer
… Media ecology—McLuhan’s term for the processes affecting humanity in the information environment—lends itself to the evolving study of how new … How well do we understand these changes and challenges brought on by automated, artificial intelligence (AI) of the network …

Deception Detection in News Reports in the Russian Language: Lexics and Discourse
D Pisarevskaya – Proceedings of the 2017 EMNLP Workshop: Natural …, 2017 – aclweb.org
… no sources that contain verified samples of fake and truthful news for Russian, although the problem of fake news is annually discussed on con- ference ”Media Literacy, Media Ecology, Media Education … In Artificial Intelligence: Meth- odology, Systems, and Applications: 172-180 …

Social and cultural implications of the new communications technologies: its human rights education challenges in the current century
EN Sotelo – Rights and Science: R&S, 2017 – dialnet.unirioja.es
… New questions arise with the scientific and technical capacity of the second decade of the 21st century, with respect to the human creative capacity (or destructive) in fields as diverse as biogenetics, development of weapons of mass destruction, robotics, the artificial intelligence …

Processing Is Not Judgment, Storage Is Not Memory: A Critique of Silicon Valley’s Moral Catechism
K Healey, RH Woods Jr – Journal of Media Ethics, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… Famed inventor and author Ray Kurzweil, known for his controversial ideas about artificial intelligence, argued concurrently with the passage of the Telecom Act that the ability to scan the “architecture” of the brain in sufficient detail was the only real obstacle to simulating human …

Re-mapping the mind: a probe into the nature and extent of mind
RC MacDougall – Review of Communication, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
… This essay orients communication scholars to some recurrent debates in media ecology, psychology, the philosophy of mind, and related areas of … It also still guides many mainstream philosophers of mind, as well as a few lingering strands of artificial intelligence (AI) research …

Teledildonics and New Ways of “Being in Touch”: A Phenomenological Analysis of the Use of Haptic Devices for Intimate Relations
N Liberati – Science and engineering ethics, 2017 – Springer
… We will not reference interactions between human and artificial intelligence or between human and technology per se. 3 … end{aligned}$$. The “other” can be an artificial intelligence (\(^{AI}{}{S}\)) cleverly designed to interact with the subject in a human-like way …

Future modes: How ‘new’ new media transforms communicative meaning and negotiates relationships
A Ensslin – researchgate.net
… In an age of superdiversity pertaining to both cultural and media ecologies (Vertovek 2007), “digital media is much more than [containers of cultural … This has been achieved partly through super-HD graphics, Artificial Intelligence and surround-sound in games and film production …

The Routledge Handbook of Neuroethics
LSM Johnson, KS Rommelfanger – 2017 – books.google.com
… and Stuart WG Derbyshire 24 Moral Robots Matthias Scheutz and Bertram F. Malle 24.1 Spotlight: Artificial Intelligence, Consciousness, and … Intellectualism and Expert Paternalism: Lessons from the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster,” which appeared in 5: Designing Media Ecology …

Corbynism’s conveyor belt of ideas: Postcapitalism and the politics of social reproduction
FH Pitts, AC Dinerstein – Capital & Class, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
In this reflection, we assess the theoretical faultline running through the contested current of Corbynist thought and politics at present. On one hand, we find…

Post-truth and fake news
A Law – Media Education Journal 61 (Summer 2017), 2017 – rke.abertay.ac.uk
… using artificial intelligence, as we did, tells you all sorts of things about that individual and how to convince them with what sort of … Concerns have been raised that Twitter in particular is reducing the contemporary media ecology to the trite, the simplistic, the impulsive, and the …

Byzantine Sacred Arts as Therapeutic Way: A Medieval” Pharmakon” for the Cyberman.
IA Yanes-Fernandez – … Journal of Religion & Spirituality in …, 2017 – search.ebscohost.com
… We approach cyberculture as a process of ontological desubstantiation via artificial “intelligence” and virtual reproductions … Vázquez Rocca, “Cibercultura, neuroglobalización y psicopolítica,” (“Cyberculture, Neuroglobalization, and Psychopolitics: Media Ecology and Global …

The Social Constructivist Mode Of Operation For Personal Computing.
F Lesage, G André – Digital Culture & Education, 2017 – search.ebscohost.com
… While much of the publically funded institutional focus for computing at the time was on artificial intelligence, Engelbart explicitly focused on human intellectual enhancement through computing … Instead, the computer was the environment; a McLuhan-inspired media ecology …

Ghost writer in the machine: the politics of determining the machinic/expressive functions of software
DM Sutko – Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
… 8 8 David J. Gunkel, “Communication and Artificial Intelligence: Opportunities and Challenges for the 21st Century,” Communication +1 1 (2012), http://scholarworks.umass. edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1007&context=cpo.View all notes …

Culture, values, lifestyles, and power in energy futures: a critical peer-to-peer vision for renewable energy
J Ruotsalainen, J Karjalainen, M Child… – Energy Research & …, 2017 – Elsevier
… With the new surplus energy, production is mostly automated and artificial intelligence is embedded everywhere, making society function very … Media ecology sees media technologies not only as conduits of information, but “environments” in which people live and which shape …

Digital Ecologies of Youth Mental Health: Apps, Therapeutic Publics and Pedagogy as Affective Arrangements
S Fullagar, E Rich, J Francombe-Webb, A Maturo – Social Sciences, 2017 – mdpi.com
In this paper, we offer a new conceptual approach to analyzing the interrelations between formal and informal pedagogical sites for learning about youth mental (ill) health with a specific focus on digital health technologies. Our approach builds on an understanding of public pedagogy …

Archives and identity in the context of social media and algorithmic analytics: Towards an understanding of iArchive and predictive retention
H Pötzsch – New Media & Society, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
This article reconceptualizes the archive in the context of digital media ecologies. Drawing upon archival theory and critical approaches to the political econo…

Language Enlightens & Entraps Intellect
A Vary – Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research, 2017 – researchgate.net
… Herbert McLuhan’s Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man is a pioneering study in media ecology … John Searle imagined an experiment with the hypothetical premise that artificial intelligence research has succeeded in constructing a computer that behaves as if it …

Information in the ecosystem: Against the “information ecosystem”
TB Norris, T Suomela – First Monday, 2017 – journals.uic.edu
… Perhaps there are even emergent properties in the “information ecosystem” either akin to artificial intelligence arising from well-formed linked … in the 1980s and 1990s is then explored through four examples from human ecology, cognitive ecology, media ecology, and political …

Understanding new media
E Siapera – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. EUGENIA SAPERA Page 2. Understanding New Media Page 3. Praise for the first edition Eugenia Siapera’s Understanding New Media offers an admirably clear-sighted and engaging analysis of contemporary forms …

How does social media change Chinese political culture? The formation of fragmentized public sphere
P Shao, Y Wang – Telematics and Informatics, 2017 – Elsevier
… views. These semi-professional video-bloggers are changing the traditional media ecology in China … censorship. Earlier, the Chinese government employed AI (artificial intelligence) and manual censorship to regulate Internet content …

Technics, law, and morality at the speed of light: probing the precautionary principle
P Rose – Review of Communication, 2017 – nca.tandfonline.com
… work of Harold Innis, see Phil Rose, “Enemies of Time: Innisian Reflections on the Present,” Explorations in Media Ecology 6, no … of recent developments not only in nuclear weaponry and the “War on Terror,” but also in the life sciences, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, and …

The Personalization Puzzle
B Cavender – Wash. U. Jurisprudence Rev., 2017 – HeinOnline
… users’ search results and the content of their social media accounts.’ These algorithms often use machine learning and artificial intelligence, making it … 22 Andre Amaral Lucena, The Print Newspaper in the Information Age, 12 PROCESS OF THE MEDIA ECOLOGY ASSN …

Virtual ecology and the question of value
B Massumi – General Ecology: The New Ecological Paradigm, 2017 – books.google.com
Page 362. CHAPTER FOURTEEN Virtual ecology and the question of value Brian Massumi All compasses—economic, social, political, moral, traditional— have gone off the tracks, one after the other. It has become imperative …

The importance and function of media laboratories for the preservation of works of digital and electron?c literature
G Turhan – 2017 – openaccess.bilgi.edu.tr
Page 1. ?STANBUL B?LG? UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES MA in COMPARATIVE LITERATURE PROGRAM THE IMPORTANCE AND FUNCTION OF MEDIA LABORATORIES FOR THE PRESERVATION OF WORKS OF …

Global Digital Culture| Uploading the News after Coming Down from the Mountain: The Uploading the News After Coming Down From the Mountain: The FARC’s …
AL Fattal – International Journal of Communication, 2017 – ijoc.org
… speculate about the FARC’s future, I would like to suggest that the negotiating period offers an opportune prism with which to refract shifts in the group’s perspective as it looks out on its uncertain political future and considers its place in a media ecology increasingly saturated by …

Uploading the News After Coming Down From the Mountain: The FARC’s Experiment with Online Television in Cuba, 2012-2016.
AL FATTAL – International Journal of Communication …, 2017 – search.ebscohost.com
… speculate about the FARC’s future, I would like to suggest that the negotiating period offers an opportune prism with which to refract shifts in the group’s perspective as it looks out on its uncertain political future and considers its place in a media ecology increasingly saturated by …

Transforming civil services with technologies: E-learning, mindsets and global views
SS Young – csptc.gov.tw
… Resources (OER): TED, YouTube, Khan Academy; Apps; Virtual reality (VR): Second Life; Augmented reality (AR); Mixed Reality (MR); Artificial intelligence (AI); … media ecology, 5. superstructed organizations, and 6. globally connected world Page 20. 20 …

Introduction to general ecology
E Hörl – General Ecology: The New Ecological Paradigm, 2017 – books.google.com
Page 18. CHAPTER ONE Introduction to general ecology The ecologization of thinking Erich Hörl Translated by Nils F. Schott An ecology properly understood can be nothing other than a technology. JEAN-LUC NANCY1 Ecology …

Toward a Transformative Ethic for Seeing—and Living
JH Newton – Visual Communication Quarterly, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… Of the invention of robots and what we call artificial intelligence that could very well become more intelligent and more or less … Through this process of visualization we are thinking and sensing ecologically, using a media ecology approach, which considers organisms such as …

Reconstructing the political economy of communication for the digital media age
D Winseck – The Political Economy of Communication, 2017 – polecom.org
Page 1. The Political Economy of Communication 4(2), 73–114 © The Author 2016 http://www.polecom.org Reconstructing the Political Economy of Communication for the Digital Media Age Dwayne Winseck, Carleton University, Ottawa …

Empowering Employees With Digital Agility: Mitigation Strategies For Information Glut.
DJ Borkovich, RJ Skovira – Issues in Information Systems, 2017 – iacis.org
… Berners-Lee’s 1989 development of the World Wide Web, to the current digital gadgets that newly appear on a daily basis rendering yesterday’s obsolete, our technologies have accelerated the growth of artificial intelligence far beyond … Explorations of Media Ecology, 8(2), 19-34 …

19 Digital Humanities
A Mandal – The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, 2017 – academic.oup.com
… such humane approaches, by pointing to new cultural processes that construct the digital imaginary in a way that ‘builds on and extends the connectivity and continuity analyzed in frameworks developed through modern environmental thought and the media ecology tradition’ …

Hamlet on the holodeck: The future of narrative in cyberspace
JH Murray, JH Murray – 2017 – books.google.com
… here, of a rich variety of new digi- tal formats, including simulations, genre-based open world game, artificial intelligence story systems, and … is reconfigured by digital transmission technolo- gies, so cultural values and practices are disrupted as the media ecology is reconfigured …

Digital Media and Society
S Lindgren – 2017 – books.google.com
… What does it mean that ‘media are social environments, and that social environments are media’? Key concepts Digital society * digital media * the internet *social change *post-industrial society * information society* media ecology* media logic Today we have the internet …

The Mediumness of World
Y Van Den Eede – … and Media: Essays on Human–Media–World …, 2017 – books.google.com
Chapter 12 The Mediumness of World A Love Triangle of Postphenomenology, Media Ecology, and Object-Oriented Philosophy Yoni Van Den Eede In thinking about postphenomenology and media, one may eventually wind up asking: Where do media begin and where do …

Coding the Privileged Self: Facebook and the Ethics of Psychoanalysis “Outside the Clinic”
K Healey, R Potter – Television & New Media, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Analysis of official statements from Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, as well as other representatives, demonstrates how the company appropriates moral…

Information flow in the 21st century: The dynamics of agenda-uptake
M Gruszczynski, MW Wagner – Mass Communication and Society, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… We argue that changes in the media ecology have brought concomitant changes in the relationships between news organizations and their audiences that require new theory and new empirical testing about information flow in advanced industrial democracies …

Body Worn Cameras: A Bibliography and Sources
A Hayes – 2017 – alexanderhayes.com
… Intelligences Accelerating Intelligence, Ambient Intelligence, Android Perception, Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Systems … Schwartz P 1997 Book Chapter Complex Systems and the Evolution of Artificial Intelligence Mainzer K 1997 Book Chapter Ethics: Subjectivity and Truth …

Innovators and innovated: Newspapers and the postdigital future beyond the “death of print”
J O’Sullivan, L Fortunati, S Taipale… – The Information …, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… It suggests a hybrid, multifaceted, enduring presence of print in the complex media ecology of the future … Lastly, we discuss a hybrid, multifaceted, enduring presence of printed newspaper in the complex media ecology of the future. The materiality of the newspaper …

News in Social Media Environments: Journalism in a ‘Post-Truth’World
D Bossio – Journalism and Social Media, 2017 – Springer
… Others have theorised journalism as belonging to a more broadly conceived media ecology, which takes into account the symbiotic relationship … investing in online and social media-enabled technologies will increasingly utilise opportunities such as artificial intelligence (AI),big …

The Human-Media Interface Study of Pokémon Go: Inspiring Future Gaming Experience with a New Attempt to Map the Human-Media Relation
Y Fang – 2017 – lup.lub.lu.se
… interfaces’. Yoichi Ochiai is the proposer of the concept ‘Digital Nature’. He studies media engineering but is also interested in the ‘media ecology’ research from a sociocultural perspective. Ochiai’s (2016) research is important for interpreting the future human …

Assessment of Journalism Trends and Practices in New Media Era
NO Emmanuel – International Journal of Communication, 2017 – journal.ijcunn.com
… Webb (2015) asserts that efforts must be made to upgrade the status of journalism education within academic terrain because most licensed professions, such as biochemical genetics, artificial intelligence, behavioural and experimental economics all earn their respect within …

Organizational media affordances: Operationalization and associations with media use
RE Rice, SK Evans, KE Pearce… – Journal of …, 2017 – academic.oup.com
Abstract. The concept of affordances has been increasingly applied to the study of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in organizational contexts.

The Routledge Companion to Imaginary Worlds
MJP Wolf – 2017 – books.google.com
… She is the author of Possible Worlds, Artificial Intelligence and Narrative Theory (1991), Narrative as Virtual Reality: Immersion and Interactivity in … D. in Communication Studies at the University of Iowa in 2004, with a focus on media ecology theory, social construction of …

How does online news curate linked sources? A content analysis of three online news media
X Cui, Y Liu – Journalism, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
This article examines journalists’ curatorial practices with regard to linked and embedded sources on three news media platforms: the online version of a legacy…

The Material turn and interactive documentary: a panel
A Miles, C Sora, D Fretzner, J Aston – 2017 – repositori.upf.edu
Page 1. the material turn and interactive documentary: a panel Edited by Adrian Miles Page 2. edited by Adrian Miles designed by Adrian Miles i the material turn and interactive documentary: a panel ISBN–13: 978–0–9924193–3–2 …

Microblogging as an extension of science reporting
M Büchi – Public Understanding of Science, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Mass media have long provided general publics with science news. New media such as Twitter have entered this system and provide an additional platform for the d…

Media Theory in Japan
M Steinberg, A Zahlten – 2017 – books.google.com
… Page 13. ranging from the decidedly abstract to the distinctly material.2 Scholars wrestling with the affordances of this specific transitional moment in media history are searching for the theoretical tools to engage with a radically shifting media ecology …

Wearing Many (Social) Hats: How Different are Your Different Social Network Personae?
C Zhong, H Chan, D Karamshu, D Lee… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2017 – arxiv.org
… Work done while at King’s College London ‡Work done while at Penn State University §Work done while at King’s College London Copyright © 2017, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (www.aaai.org). All rights reserved …

Online community and new family scripts
R Andreassen – Mediated Intimacies, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… Page 3. 48 Rikke Andreassen our interactions (McGlotten, 2013; Turkle, 2011). Turkle describes how, due to relationship fatigue, many people turn to artificial intelligence (AI) (eg robots) for companionship … 5–24. Clark, LS (2009). Theories: Mediatization and media ecology …

Public’s Perception of Political Parties during the 2014 Quebec Election on Twitter
W Sanger, T Warin – Canadian Journal of Communication …, 2017 – socialdatasciencelab.org
… (Not) the Twitter election: the dynamics of the #ausvotes conversation in relation to the Australian media ecology, Journalism Practice, vol.6, (3) … Can collective sentiment expressed on Twitter predict political elections?, Twenty-Fifth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence …

Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic Synergism: Notes on “Lanigan’s ‘Encyclopedic Dictionary’”
C Anton – Atlantic Journal of Communication, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
Page 1. Syntagmatic and Paradigmatic Synergism: Notes on “Lanigan’s ‘Encyclopedic Dictionary’” Corey Anton School of Communications, Grand Valley State University ABSTRACT Richard L. Lanigan, founder of the International …

The World-making Power of New Media: Mere Connection?
B Axford – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Rºedge Sºdies in Gºa and Transnatiºnal Pºlº THE WORLD-MAKING POWER OF NEW MEDIA MERE CONNECTION? Barrie Axford Page 2. The World-Making Power of New Media In this new work, Axford seeks to contribute …

Telematic Freedom and Information Paradox1
K Wojnowski – Flusser Studies, 2017 – flusserstudies.net
… freedom of choice […]. Then, what is truly human is that we, in cooperation with other competent people and machines displaying artificial intelligence, work out the values so that they [computers] may make decisions. We have crept out past freedom of choice, if I may put it that …

Developing A New Business Analytics Degree Program To Meet Market Needs And State Approval
JJ Zhao, MW Alexander, AD Truell – iacis.org
Page 1. Proceedings of the International Association for Computer Information Systems 57th International Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 2017 _____ 1 …

Twitter research for social scientists: A brief introduction to the benefits, limitations and tools for analysing Twitter data
J Ruiz-Soler – Revista Dígitos, 2017 – revistadigitos.com
… London: Routledge, pp. 56–73. Burgess, J., Bruns, A. (2012):”(Not) The Twitter Election: The dynamics of the #ausvotes conversation in relation to the Australian media ecology”. In Journalism Practice, vol. 6, pp. 384–402. doi:10.1080/17512786.2012.663610 …

Design Patterns and Living Architecture
NA Salingaros – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Page 2. P DESIGN ATTERNS AND LIVING ARCHITECTURE NIKOS A. SALINGAROS 2017 REFERENCE: Nikos A. Salingaros, “Design Patterns and Living Architecture”, Sustasis Press, Portland, Oregon, 2017. COPYRIGHT …

Executive Council
B Croxall, GG Desai, MR Higonnet… – 2017 – mla.org
Page 1. September 2017 Volume 132 Number 4 PMLA Publications of the Modern Language Association of America Published five times a year by the association Program of the 2018 Convention New York City 4–7 January Page 2. [ PMLA 7 7 8 …

The seeds of time, part 3: Macbeth reading against extinction
LE Semler – Metaphor, 2017 – search.informit.com.au
… Moreover, ‘as the Age of Print draws to a close’ print itself assumes a less dominant place ‘in the dynamic media ecology of the twenty-first century’ (271) … No, this is an artificial intelligence. It wants to know us individually, subtly, financially. Algorithmically. It engages us …

Strata: A Geophotographic Fiction
C Dean – 2017 – westminsterresearch.wmin.ac.uk
… The books include the media ecology-trilogy Digital Contagions (2007, 2nd ed. 2016), the award-winning Insect Media (2010), and more recently A Geology of Media (2015), which addresses the environmental contexts of technical media culture …

Commitment issues: toward an understanding of young people’s social media choices in the multi-platform era
V Polonski – 2017 – ora.ox.ac.uk
… Page 11. DPHIL THESIS 11 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AI Artificial Intelligence API Application Programming Interface CMC Computer-Mediated Communication DAU Daily Active User ESRC Economic and Social Research Council GIF Graphics Interchange Format …

Stanley Kubrick in the Museum: Post?cinematic Conditions, Limitations, and Possibilities
J Kim – Curator: The Museum Journal, 2017 – Wiley Online Library
… cinema. This has propelled many film and media scholars and film critics to pro- pose the ‘death of cinema’ discourse or the ‘post- cinema’ era, both of which imply that cinema’s media ecology in the digital age transcends both …

Motives for Social Media Use Among Practitioners at Nonprofit Organizations
AJ Roback – 2017 – search.proquest.com
Motives for Social Media Use Among Practitioners at Nonprofit Organizations. Abstract. I used the motivation concept from activity theory to derive a fundamental notion of why workers at nonprofit organizations (NPOs) use social media sites …

Reviews of Books
RT Tally Jr, HC O’Connell, J Winter, G Conley… – 2017 – online.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk
… Burnham’s primary contention revolves around Egan’s contested contribution to the field of contemporary sf. The second chapter proceeds to close thematic readings specifically concerning the topic of ethical standards in genetic engineering and artificial intelligence …

The Limits of the Digital Revolution: How Mass Media Culture Endures in a Social Media World
D Hrynyshyn – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. º º º º The Limits of the º ” . . . . C Rº Digitol Revolution º How Mass Media Culture Endures – in a Social Media World Page 2. The Limits of the Digital Revolution Page 3. Page 4. The Limits of the Digital Revolution How …

Responsive Architecture: A Place Making Design Strategy
O Al Faleh – 2017 – spectrum.library.concordia.ca
… processes that are independent from human intervention, nor are they intended to evolve and change over time by means of machine learning or artificial intelligence techniques. The designer-researcher is always present throughout …

How to be Modern: A Situationist Social Democrat’s Adventures in Radio, Gaming and the Internet
P Jandric – Learning in the Age of Digital Reason, 2017 – Springer
… Imaginary Futures: From Thinking Machines to the Global Village (Barbrook, 2007b) received the Marshall McLuhan Award for Outstanding Book of the Year in the Field of Media Ecology in 2008. Page 2. CHAPTER 5 76 ABOUT THE CONVERSATION …

Digital Middle East: State and Society in the Information Age
M Zayani, I Allagui, V Šisler, M Allen Peterson… – 2017 – repository.library.georgetown.edu
… a crucial part. What is ultimately at stake is the definition of the symbolic configurations that define the structure of the field itself, and the contours of the media ecologies through which these struggles take place. Mark Allen Peterson …

Outsourcing our memory 2.0: Using Walter Ong’s orality/literacy studies to recognize technologies effects on memory
RR Bahl – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… At the heart of media ecology is the principle that technology not only deeply influences society, but also controls most aspects of daily life … At the heart of media ecology is the principle that technology not only deeply influences society, but also controls most aspects of daily life …

The future of free speech, trolls, anonymity and fake news online
H Rainie, JQ Anderson, J Albright – 2017 – elon.edu
… Theme 3 Things will get better because technical and human solutions will arise as the online world splinters into segmented, controlled social zones with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) … with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI) …

Learning in the age of digital reason
P Jandri? – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Petar Jandri? LEARNING |N THE VGE OE DIGI-IV- REASON Page 2. Learning in the Age of Digital Reason Page 3. EDUCATIONAL FUTURES RETHINKING THEORY AND PRACTICE Volume 70 Series Editor Michael …

Posthumanism and the Graphic Novel in Latin America
E King, J Page – 2017 – oapen.org
… Watchmen. It has also been fuelled by decades of speculation in cybernetics concerning the rela- tionship between human intelligence and artificial intelligence and the possibility that the latter may equal or even surpass the former …

Twitter and the body parodic: Global acts of re-creation and recreation
A Johnson – 2017 – dspace.mit.edu
… OldManGloom. @SelfAwareROOMBA is the account of, well, a self-aware Roomba-one of those disc-shaped autonomous vacuum cleaners manufactured by iRobot, often heralded as an early example of artificial intelligence. Its bio reads, “Why did you make ROOMBA …

Modernism and the Machinery of Madness: Psychosis, Technology, and Narrative Worlds
A Gaedtke – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Modernism and the Machinery of Madness Psychosis, Technology, and Narrative Worlds Andrew Gaedtke Page 2. Page 3. MO DERN IS M AND THE MACHIN ERY OF MAD NESS Modernism and the Machinery of Madness …

Implicating visualization in the rationalization of algorithms
P Polack – 2017 – smartech.gatech.edu
… mentality. Rather than enabling an alarmist stance toward the lack of human control in a regime of “artificial intelligence,” this focus on machine learning might help to identify exactly what kinds of control are forfeited to algorithmic automations, and …

Live-Electronic Music: Composition, Performance, Study
F Sallis, V Bertolani, J Burle, L Zattra – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. º º <> & : ºD > º > S L” > Routledge Research in Music _* LIVE-ELECTRONIC MUSIC COMPOSITION, PERFORMANCE, STUDY Edited by Friedemann Sallis, Valentina Bertolani, Jan Burle and Laura Zattra *~ Nº. 3. º …

Performative Wearables: Bodies, Fashion and Technology
V Lamontagne – 2017 – spectrum.library.concordia.ca
Page 1. Performative Wearables: Bodies, Fashion and Technology Valérie Lamontagne A Thesis In the Department of INDI Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Concordia University Montreal, Quebec, Canada April 2017 …

i-Docs: the evolving practices of interactive documentary
J Aston, S Gaudenzi, M Rose – 2017 – books.google.com
… We are, however, fully aware that agency takes on another twist now that artificial intelligence is being applied to storytelling, this being … users, while other papers zoom out to consider the wider implications of idocs, their contribution to today’s media ecology and consequences …

Decoding Technology Acceptance in Education: A Cultural Studies Contribution
C Stockman – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. ROUTLEDGE RESEARCH IN EDUCATION Decoding Technology Acceptance in Education A Cultural Sudies Contribution Caroline Stockmon Page 2. The origins of technology acceptance research have often been …

This electronic thesis or dissertation has been downloaded from the King’s Research Portal at https://kclpure. kcl. ac. uk/portal
VEH Walker – kclpure.kcl.ac.uk
Page 1. This electronic thesis or dissertation has been downloaded from the King’s Research Portal at https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/ The copyright of this thesis rests with the author and no quotation from it or information derived …

The New Leadership Literacies: Thriving in a Future of Extreme Disruption and Distributed Everything
B Johansen – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. | H E NEW LEADERSHIP LITER A CIES N | – – Thrivi – in a Future of — Z/ B OB JO HAN SE N Page 2. THE NEW LEADERSHIP LITERACIES VOLUNTARY FEAR ENGAGEMENT Leaders will need safe zones where they …

Using words and things: Language and philosophy of technology
M Coeckelbergh – 2017 – books.google.com
… For instance, in the domains of social robotics and artificial intelligence, there is at least some exchange between the worlds of social science (and occasion- ally humanities) and computer science, as an “engineering” science …

Afrofuturism, Science Fiction, and the Reinvention of African American Culture
M Kim – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… its externals, as captured in Donna Haraways cyborg theory. The emergence of. computers, artificial intelligence, virtual networks, and prosthetic technologies,. which might transform the corporeal nature of humanity into a supposedlyartificial …

Videogames, distinction and subject-English: new paradigms for pedagogy
AV Bacalja – 2017 – minerva-access.unimelb.edu.au
Page 1. 1 Videogames, distinction and subject-English: new paradigms for pedagogy Alexander Victor Bacalja ORCID identifier: 0000-0002-2440-148 Submitted in total fulfilment of the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy May, 2017 …

Play Studies: Integrating Drama, Games, and Ludi from the Medieval to the Digital Age
N Kelber – 2017 – search.proquest.com
Play Studies: Integrating Drama, Games, and Ludi from the Medieval to the Digital Age. Abstract. At first glance, the fact that the English word for drama is “play” must strike the modern reader as odd. Playing is usually an activity …

Digital Literacy Adoption with Academic Technology: Namely Digital Information Literacy to Enhance Student Learning Outcomes
N Adam-Turner – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… 5. disciplines of science and technologylinguistics, anthropology, psychology, philosophy,. neurosciences, and ultimately (computer) artificial intelligence. Thus, the innovation of cognitive. computing evolved into thinking models and human relationships with computing …

Possible Worlds in Video Games: From Classic Narrative to Meaningful Actions
AJŽP de la Maza – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Possible Worlds in Video Games: From Classic Narrative to Meaningful Actions by Antonio José Planells de la Maza Page 2. POSSIBLE WORLDS IN VIDEO GAMES Page 3. Page 4. W POSSIBLE ORLDS IN VIDEO GAMES …

Neoliberal environments: Crisis, counterrevolution, and the nature of value
SH Nelson – 2017 – search.proquest.com
Neoliberal Environments: Crisis, Counterrevolution, and the Nature of Value. Abstract. This dissertation develops a genealogy of the environment as an object of politics through the period of neoliberal transition, roughly the late 1960s to the early 1990s …

Spiritual Design Thinking: A Culturally and Technologically Informed Model of Spiritual Formation for Silicon Valley
Y Kang – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… The Triple Revolution Social Network, Internet, and Mobile has. created a new information and media ecology that is distinct from the past … tool for Intelligence Augmentation rather than artificial intelligence (2012, Kindle. Locations 1814-1815) …

Self-spectacle online: The construction and representation of identity in contemporary digital culture
M Framroze – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… an outsized role in shaping the contours of society, today the sheer proliferation of media outlets, the fragmented and distributed nature of media content, the unique modes of consumption, and the emergence of new technologies constitute a wholly new media ecology and life …

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