VINT Symposium Recap: Luciano Floridi and David Weinberger presentations

Luciano Floridi is best known for his work on two areas of philosophical research: the philosophy of information and information ethics. In his presentation he talks about how the digital revolution has brought information technologies and people closer and how this affects the future. We have included the video of his presentation and his slides below.

Big Data and Their Problem by Luciano Floridi

VINT Symposium 2012: Recorded Future | Luciano Floridi from Sogeti VINT on Vimeo.

Too Big To Know by David Weinberger

Weinberger is probably best known as co-author of the Cluetrain Manifesto. Weinberger’s work focuses on how the Internet is changing human relationships, communication, and society. Weinberger argues that the massive amounts of data necessary to deal with complex phenomena exceed any single brain’s ability to grasp, yet networked science rolls on. The question is how we will ever make sense of scientific topics that are too big to know?

VINT Symposium 2012: Recorded Future | David Weinberger – Too Big To Know from Sogeti VINT on Vimeo.

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About Thomas van Manen

Thomas van Manen is an analyst and digital/social strategist at VINT. His research focuses on the impact of Big Data, Mobile Information Technologies, Gamification and the Web of Things. He can help organizations roll out a Social (Business) Strategy and provide business managers with analysis on upcoming technology trends. He is the co-author of Game On, a report on the business impact of games and the potential of unleashing game dynamics onto business applications and four reports on Big Data. Thomas is also Chief Editor at the VINT research blog and was part of the HOT100 in 2012, a yearly selection of the most promising alumni in Media & Arts studies.


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