Berkman Talk—Living with Data: Stories that Make Data More Personal

My Berkman lunch talk is coming up soon! Join in person if you can make it. The talk will also be webcast live and archived on the website shortly after. 

Living with Data: Stories that Make Data More Personal
with Berkman Fellow, Sara Watson

April 29, 2014 at 12:30pm ET
Berkman Center for Internet & Society, 23 Everett St, 2nd Floor
RSVP required for those attending in person via the form below
This event will be webcast live (on this page) at 12:30pm ET.

We are becoming data. Between our mobile phones, browser history, wearable sensors, and connected devices in our homes, there’s more data about us than ever before. So how are we learning to live with all this data

Inspired by her ethnographic interview work with members of the quantified self community, Sara hopes to make these larger systemic shifts more relatable and concrete with personal narratives. This talk will share some examples of how we find clues, investigate, and reverse engineer what’s going on with our data, and call for more stories to help personalize our evolving relationship to data and the algorithms that govern it.