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In recent years, the communications, sociality and operations of public institutions have become increasingly dependent on Computational Infrastructures provided by Big Tech. From decentralized contact tracing apps for public health to free online school classrooms for education: Computational Infrastructures have rapidly expanded their remit. This conversation will center on how institutions and the lives they are tasked with supporting, are impacted by Computational Infrastructures.

Event details of [Postponed] Small c vs. big C: How Computational Infrastructures capture technical and social imaginary for public life
Date 3 December 2021
Time 16:00 -17:30

More information about the programme, speakers, and sign up can be found on the SPUI25 website.