Eric Gordon is a media scholar and game designer. He studies civic engagement, games and technology, and is specifically interested in how games and playful systems can impact civic life. He is an associate professor in the department of Visual and Media Arts at Emerson College where he is the founding director of the Engagement Game Lab. He is also a research fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. In addition to numerous articles and chapters, he is the author of two books: Net Locality: Why Location Matters in a Networked World (2011, with Adriana de Souza e Silva) and The Urban Spectator: American Concept Cities From Kodak to Google (2010). He received his Ph.D. in 2003 from the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California.
How do digital inequalities impact young users, consumers, and producers online? What are the motivations behind young people's participation in the #DigitalEconomy? Check out this new @YouthandMedia report: dash.harvard.edu/handle/1/426… #yamspotlight pic.twitter.com/0SrCeM9OAB
Desde el @cetysedu de la U. de San Andrés en conjunto con el @LATAMxDigital, están buscando startups y emprendimientos de la región con impacto en el desarrollo de prod. o serv. basados en IA para participar de encuesta sobre Ética a IA. docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FA… 👈
What are some of the main challenges and opportunities of #ChatGPT in the field of #education as we see them today? With colleagues from @TU_Muenchen @LMU_Muenchen @uni_tue we have taken a first stab at a mapping exercise. Of course, many unknowns & unknown unknowns. ⬇️ twitter.com/EnkelejdaKasne…
“I prefer technologies that have some kind of active character to it than just another thing where you watch and consume” @SandraCortesi on Generative AI Storytelling for @Forbes forbes.com/sites/rashishr…