Log in | Participants' Backstage
Neal Thomas is an assistant professor of communication studies at UNC Chapel Hill. With interests that lie at the intersection of social computing and social theory, his recent work focuses on web 2.0 techniques and their capacity to produce discursive rationality, reading the computer user as both experiential and ideological subject in this light.
Technology writers and media philosophers alike have spent time considering a rather candid remark by Google’s former CEO Eric Schmidt, made in an August, 2010 interview. Discussing the future of the search giant, Schmidt said the following to the Wall Street Journal: We’re trying … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized |
Tagged algorithms, Google, socio-technical systems, sociology of algorithms, technical_epistemologies |