How does TikTok re-write the world?
Lilian Stolk diving into TikTok’s machine learning recommendation algorithm.
Josephine Oettle exploring how the 2020 US elections shaped the new meme war on TikTok.
Marieke Kuypers’ exploring the many different sides of TikTok
Sjef van Beers creating video collages to map the world of TikTok.
What makes Facebook so powerful?
Margarita Osipian interviews Joel Galvez to talk about the power of public data and creating distributed event calendars.
Lilian Stolk interviews internet policy consultant Joe McNamee on Facebook’s content moderation.
In this article writer Kate Imbach analyses Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Instagram account.
An article that highlights the potential of Facebook’s platforms, including interviews with Lisa Gliederpuppe, The Kissenger Twins and an analysis of @calloutdutchartinstitutions
What does the increase in the use of facial recognition systems mean for our society?
In this article Lilian Stolk is questioning if the tool that obscures our faces is also protecting us against facial recognition systems.
In this interview with Jair Schalkwijk and Naomi Appelman, we try to bring some transparency to the use of facial recognition technologies in law enforcement.
In our image contribution, designer Noam Youngrak Son moves away from the selfie as an individual experience and explores the creation of a multiplicious identity.
An interview about how facial recognition technology could bring something good to humanity, with multidisciplinary researcher Emily West.
Can artists and designers protect us from facial recognition systems? We’ve gathered the best projects that protect your face.
How has the role of the internet changed in this time of self isolation?
An interview about privacy, surveillance and the Corona-app with Lotte Houwing from Bits of Freedom
An interview with artist Alina Lupu about the quarantine’s impact on precarious labour, cultural work, and the platform economy
Our findings of the live stream experiment we did on 29 April 2020