Sensor Publics

Report from a workshop on the politics of sensing and data infrastructures

From 5 – 7 April 2017 the Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS) organized a workshop on sensor publics.

The overview of the workshop posed questions such as

How do sensor publics unsettle relations between political actors and their environments? In what ways do they problematise the governance of big data or the regulation of real-time surveillance? And, can sensor publics provide occasions for democratizing relations between politicians, experts, activists and citizens?

The report was published in the EASST review in July 2017.

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