Anders Koed Madsen
Anders is associate professor at TANTLab where he does work on various aspects of digital knowledge organization. His research agenda is currently made up of two sub-streams. One concerned with digital methods and the re-tooling of humanistic methods. The other is concerned with big data and related shifts in organizational data practices. Currently, he is heading a three-year project on ‘post-demographic metrics’ in urban planning. These two sub-streams supplement each other in important ways. For instance, in order to do good interventionist work with digital methods, it is crucial to understand the problems of introducing new data-visualizations into established organizations. Similarly, in order to do proper organizational analysis on big data, it is useful to have the kind of practical experiences with data processing and visualization that experiments with digital methods provides you with.
Digitalt engagement under DGI Landsstævne 2017: Indsigter og anbefalinger
Forthcoming book chapter
Digital methods contributions to citizen hearings : A techno-anthropological approach to Twitter and technology assessment.
Whack-a-mole: En undersøgelse af falske nyheder og deres økosystemer
Vi argumenterer for, at falske nyheder skal forstås og undersøges empirisk i deres naturlige habitat. Falske nyheder bør ikke blot håndteres som et spil whack-a-mole, hvor formålet er at slå det falske ned, hver gang det dukker op, som var det et muldvarpehoved i en spilleautomat, men derimod at forsøge at forstå de gange, muldvarpen graver.