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Jaya Klara Brekke

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Jaya Klara Brekke writes, does research and speaks on the political economy of blockchain and consensus protocols, focusing on questions of agency, ethics and power in distributed systems. She has been working as a researcher, designer and curator on projects related to the political economies of infrastructures for the past ten years, including Crisis-scape on the impact of the financial crisis on public space in Athens; D-CENT, a European-wide project for the development of open citizen engagement technologies; and Flesh & Concrete a research project and series of installations on the effects of the construction of the Supervia Poniente in Mexico city. She is currently writing a PhD at Durham University, UK and is based between London, Barcelona and more recently, Vienna as a collaborator of RIAT – Institute for Future Cryptoeconomics. This text was written during her residency with RIAT, October 2017.

Desmembrando la máquina de la verdad
Una historia en dos partes

Broadcast daily from 12:01 to 12:43 pm, starting late April 2018.

Disassembling the Truth Machine
A Story in Two Parts

Broadcast daily from 12:44 to 13:26 pm, starting late April 2018.

Sandra Braman

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Sandra Braman is Abbott Professor of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University and Fellow of the International Communications Association. Her research on the macro-level effects of the use of digital technologies and their policy implications has been supported by grants from the US National Science Foundation, Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Soros Foundation, and the First Amendment Fund. Bramans book Change of State: Information, Policy, and Power, currently undergoing revision for a second edition, is in use around the world and is widely viewed as having defined the field of information policy. She conceived and edits the Information Policy Book Series at MIT Press, and is former Chair of the Law Section of the International Association of Media and Communication Research and of the Communication Law and Policy Division of the International Communication Association..

Strange Attraction
Trump and the Metabolic Consequences of Fake News

Broadcast daily from 13:27 to 13:58 pm, starting late April 2018.

Extraña atracción
Trump y las consecuencias metabólicas de las noticias falsas

Broadcast daily from 13:59 to 14:28 pm, starting late April 2018.

Nina Janich

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Nina Janich holds the position of Professor of German Linguistics at the Technische Universität/TU Darmstadt since 2004. She studied German Philology, Medieval and Modern History and Journalism at the Universities of Marburg, Mainz, and Regensburg before doing a PhD and Habilitation in German Linguistics at the University of Regensburg. Janich is a Full Member at the Scientific Society (Wissenschaftliche Gesellschaft) of the Goethe University of Frankfurt (since 2014) and at the National Academy of Science and Engineering/acatech (since 2016). Main Research Fields include: Science Commu­nication/Knowledge Transfer, Language of Special Purposes, Business Communica­tion/Language of Advertising, Language Culture/Language Policy, Text Linguistics, and Discourse Analysis.

Evidencia y puntos ciegos en debates científicos y públicos
Una mirada desde el discurso lingüístico

Broadcast daily from 14:29 to 15:07 pm, starting late April 2018.

Of Evidence and Blind Spots in Scientific and Public Debates
A View from Discourse Linguistics

Broadcast daily from 15:08 to 15:50 pm, starting late April 2018.

Nishant Shah

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Nishant Shah is a professor of culture and aesthetics of digital media at Leuphana University, Germany, and the Dean of Graduate School at ArtEZ University of the Arts, The Netherlands. His work is at the intersections of digital technology, computing cultures, identity politics, and education.

The Need for Intent and Affect
An Apology for Fake News in the Digital Era

Broadcast daily from 15:51 to 16:32 pm, starting late April 2018.

La necesidad de intento y afecto
Una disculpa por las noticias falsas en la Era Digital

Broadcast daily from 16:33 to 17:09 pm, starting late April 2018.

Selena Savic

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Selena Savic is a designer and researcher. She holds a joint PhD by EPFL in Lausanne and IST in Lisbon, with a background in architecture (Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade) and media design (Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam). She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the department of Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics, TU Vienna, Austria. Her hybrid design practice forms productive connections between the world of tangible experiences and seamless technologies and infrastructures. She publishes extensively on the role of digital technologies and infrastructures in creation and organisation of space, particularly in the context of architectural design.

Espacio de comunicación
¿Cómo abordar la arquitectura de las redes inalámbricas?

Broadcast daily from 17:10 to 17:39 pm, starting late April 2018.

Space of Communication
How to Address Architecturality of Wireless Networks?

Broadcast daily from 17:40 to 18:11 pm, starting late April 2018.

Magda Havas

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Magda Havas is an Associate Professor at Trent School of the Environment, Trent University, where she teaches and does research on the biological effects of electromagnetic pollution and the beneficial effects of electrotherapies. Dr. Havas received her PhD at the University of Toronto and did postdoctoral research at Cornell before returning to Canada. She works with those who are electrically hypersensitive. Her latest research links microwave radiation from wireless phones to heart irregularities including arrhythmia and tachycardia. Dr. Havas serves/served as a science advisor to various government and non-government organizations and has provided expert testimony in both Canada and the U.S. on the health effect of non-ionizing electromagnetic fields/radiation. She is co-author of Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution and has authored more than 150 publications. Dr. Havas is internationally recognized and has given invited lectures in more than 20 countries and at more than 24 universities.

The Science Policy Gap
Reflections on the Dance between Science and Policy with Emphasis on Electrosmog

Broadcast daily from 18:12 to 18:54 pm, starting late April 2018.

La brecha de la Política Científicap
Reflexiones sobre el baile entre la ciencia y la política con énfasis en Electrosmog

Broadcast daily from 18:55 to 19:37 pm, starting late April 2018.

Rebekka Kiesewetter

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Rebekka Kiesewetter studied art history, economics and modern history, and works as an editor, author and curator. She is a visiting lecturer at FHNW Academy of Art and Design Basel, a managing editor for Spector Books, and member of Depot Basel, where she is developing, producing and conducting transdisciplinary and collaborative formats. She is interested in creating agonistic sites for critical discourse and practice reaching beyond predominant cultures, hierarchies and narratives. In this realm she develops and realizes learning and curatorial formats, printed, digital and hybrid (proto)publications, oral and physical performances.

Double Meta
Repensando la publicación

Broadcast daily from 19:38 to 20:17 pm, starting late April 2018.

Double Meta
Re-Thinking Publishing

Broadcast daily from 20:18 to 20:59 pm, starting late April 2018.

Nicolas J. Bullot

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Nicolas J. Bullot has a PhD in Cognitive Science from the EHESS in Paris, France and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. He is a Lecturer in Philosophy at Charles Darwin University, Australia. He has edited three volumes and published more than 30 peer-reviewed publications on the science of art, identification, reference, and social cognition. His approach to research aims to integrate explanations developed in cognitive science with contextualist models proposed in philosophy and the historical social sciences. Along with his research, he is a field recordist and develops sound-art projects for exploring environmental and philosophical issues.

Sentinel Artists and the Concern with Truth

Broadcast daily from 21:00 to 21:31 pm, starting late April 2018.

Artistas centinelas y la preocupación por la verdad

Broadcast daily from 21:32 to 22:08, starting late April 2018.