• Stern’s Report on the UK REF

    Stern’s report on the UK REF was published this month, and made some pretty grim reading. Two paragraphs in particular caught my eye: Scope for ‘gaming’ 31. the practice of making a highly selective submission […]

     
  • Bergson, Complexity and Creative Emergence

    Durée Réelle : microphysical indetermination : creative emergence

    David presented about his book, Bergson, Complexity and Creative Emergence, at the Deleuze Studies Conference 2016: Virtuality:Becoming:Life, Rome, Italy, 13/7/2016 Abstract: Durée Réelle : microphysical indetermination : creative emergence Bergson argues that measurable time is an artificial […]

     
  • Diagnoses of Matter and Memory

    ‘Matter & Memory’ and Deep Learning

    David will be an invited speaker at the forthcoming ‘Diagnoses of Matter and Memory: Bergson and the Problems of Brain, Time and Memory’ 8th International Colloquium of Project Bergson in Japan, taking place in Tokyo and Osaka, […]

     
  • Ignited front cover

    As technology gets closer to our bodies and our lives, wearable tech will soon be as normal as the logo on your T-shirt

    In March 2016 David published an article about wearable technology, promoting the forthcoming HCC12 conference, in the second Salford Business School magazine – Ignited 2

     
  • eLearning Group Leader

    Completing his role as a TEL Champion, David has been appointed Leader of the newly formed eLearning Group, by the Associate Dean (Academic), in Salford Business School.  The first task will be to co-ordinate preparations […]

     
  • The Apprentice - article in The Conversation

    The Apprentice – article in The Conversation

    With colleagues Marie Griffiths and Maria Kutar, David published an article, in November 2015, in The Conversation, about the impressions given by the popular TV programme, The Apprentice, of what things are like in the […]

     
  • Theorising Web 3.0

    David published a paper in the journal, Information Technology and People, in 2015, entitled, ‘Theorising Web 3.0: ICTs in a Changing Society’.  This paper was also the Editorial for a Special Issue of Information Technology and People, Guest […]

     
  • Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility

    David published a paper in the journal, First Monday, in 2015, entitled ‘Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility’. Abstract: The focus of much academic work on […]

     
  • KTP and RRI: The Perfect Match

    KTP and RRI: The Perfect Match

    David and his KTP associate Jessica Blaynee presented a paper at the ETHICOMP Conference, held at de Montfort University, in September 2015. Proceedings are here Papers are also available at the ACM Library Abstract: Businesses […]

     
  • Gramsci and Foucault: Hegemony in the Global Episteme

    Gramsci and Foucault: Hegemony in the Global Episteme

    David presented a paper at the Inaugural Conference on Cultural Political Economy in Lancaster, held by Bob Jessop – who wrote a review of Gramsci and Foucault: A Reassessment, for the back cover, and Ngai-Ling Sum, who […]

     
 

Latest News

  • HCC13

    David will be Chairing, along with co-Chairs Charles Ess, Kai Kimppa, and Louise Leenen, the 13th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference, which will take place as part of the IFIP World Computer Congress in Poznan, Poland, in September 2018.

  • Reassessing the Nature of IS

    David will be presenting in the Philosophy of I.S. track at the International Conference on Information Systems, Dublin, Ireland, 10th-14th December, 2016.

  • ‘Matter & Memory’ and Deep Learning

    David will be an invited speaker at the forthcoming ‘Diagnoses of Matter and Memory: Bergson and the Problems of Brain, Time and Memory’ 8th International Colloquium of Project Bergson in Japan, taking place in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan, 10th-13th November 2016.  The poster for the event is available here.

 

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