New advanced study group on ‘Seamless Life’

I am excited about a new advanced study group funded by the Pufendorf Institute on Advanced Studies at Lund University to examine ‘Seamless Life: The imaginaries, experiences and peril of data-driven life’. We will discuss the underlying norms, assumptions, experiences and implications of smart solutions in the home and the street. The group is led by Dalia Mukhtar-Landgren (Political Science) and includes Lovisa Nyman (Theology and Religious Studies), Martin Garwicz (Experimental Medical Science), Jessica Enevold (Arts and Cultural Sciences), James White (Technology and Society), Alexander Paulsson (Business Administration), Ida Sandström (Architecture), and Robert Willim (Arts and Cultural Sciences).