Computational Transformation of the Public Sphere. Theories and Case Studies

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dc.contributor.editor Amadae, S. M. 2020-06-22T10:47:51Z 2020-06-22T10:47:51Z 2020
dc.identifier.isbn 978-951-51-6145-1
dc.identifier.uri fi
dc.description.abstract Computational Transformation of the Public Sphere is the organic product of what turned out to be an effective collaboration between MA students and their professor in the Global Politics and Communication program in the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Helsinki, in the Fall of 2019. The course, Philosophy of Politics and Communication, is a gateway course into this MA program. As I had been eager to conduct research on the impact of new digital technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) on democratic governance, I saw this course as an opportunity to not only share, but also further develop my knowledge of this topic. fi
dc.language.iso en fi
dc.publisher Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki fi
dc.rights CC BY 4.0 fi
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dc.subject metoo fi
dc.title Computational Transformation of the Public Sphere. Theories and Case Studies fi
dc.type Book fi
dc.subject.ysa algorithmics fi
dc.subject.ysa big data fi
dc.subject.ysa machine learning fi
dc.subject.ysa social sciences fi
dc.subject.ysa social media fi
dc.subject.ysa fake news fi
dc.subject.ysa digitalisation fi
dc.subject.ysa artificial intelligence fi
dc.subject.ysa democracy fi
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