The Horizon2020-funded Knowledge Complexity (KPLEX) project is investigating the delimiting effect that digital mediation and
As an ICT-35 ‘sister project’, KPLEX is humanities-led and ICT-funded. The project partners are approaching this challenge in a comparative, multidisciplinary and multisectoral fashion.
The team is committed to sharing results widely to inform both public and private regulation as well as philosophical debates in the technical sphere. In addition to consistently working towards achieving the individual objectives as set forth in the project Grant Agreement, the project partners have actively pursued an ambitious dissemination programme.
One of the primary aims of the
The project development can be followed on its blog and through social media. The project results are made available as a composite white paper, written for policymakers and members of the public. This work brings together all four of the case studies into a readable overview document outlining specific implications and recommendations for the balanced and ethical development of big data technologies.
Additional reads on the subject that KPLX is addressing can be found here:
· Dr Jennifer Edmond, Feature Piece, “The Problem with Talking About Big Data”· Dr Georgina Nugent-Folan, Feature Piece, “Knowledge Complexity and the Digital Humanities: Introducing the