Silicon Valley’s rhetoric of magical innovation relies on a hidden abode of rare earth mining and hydro-cooled server farms
The form of power that "Big Data" employs is not so much panoptic as it is pan-analytic
How do we build resistance to algorithmic systems of domination when their rewards and punishments are both hidden and immaterial?
Digital media travels hand to hand, phone to phone across vast cartographies invisible to Big Data
In the future, will platforms own our pasts?
Big data doesn’t forecast the future but remakes the present in the image of down-to-earth stereotypes.
The sublime unknowability of Big Data lets us fall in love with our own domination.
On the cultural ideology of Big Data
Big Data hopes to liberate us from the work of self-construction and justify mass surveillance in the process
What does the lived reality of big data feel like?
In addressing the insecurities of postmodern thought, Big Data falls prey to some of the same issues of interpretation
While seeming to address problems of political disengagement, civic hacking champions provisional citizenship and precarious work conditions