Event on 50 Years of the Internet, 30/10/2019, at Plexal in the QE Olympic Park
At London South Bank University we are working with the London College of Communication (part of the University of the Arts) on an EU-funded (ERDF) innovation support programme for immersive tech entrepreneurs, offering free access to academic and industry expertise, and specialist audio-visual, digital and creative technology facilities and specialist studios. The programme The programme, ACE IT (Accelerating the [...]
For a client, I am researching the area of Social Technologies â€“ that is, the humane use of innovative technologies in social care, including care of the elderly and infirm â€“ to understand how this domain can be intelligently and effectively supported.
In this article I argue that there is an orthodoxy in the design profession, which is a product of ‘not knowing what you don’t know’, a tendency to create filter bubbles, and ‘bad faith’ humanism. The design industries embrace diversity in everything except politics; users are at the centre except when their views don’t fit. [...]
The BBC Radio 4 Money Programme edition Total Recall: The Toyota Story recounts Toyota's major vehicle recall in the context of the company's history. Though it takes far too long to do it, and is accompanied by annoying music, it gets interesting about 20m in when it describes Toyota's 'just in time' production model (inspired [...]