Posts Tagged: good data
Out now: TOD #29: Good Data
INC is happy to announce the publication of Good Data edited by Angela Daly, S. Kate Devitt and Monique Mann. You can download and read the book here: http://networkcultures.org/blog/publication/tod-29-good-data/. Thursday January 25th at 17:00 the book will be launched @ Spui25, see you there!
Not as Good as Gold: ‘Goodness’ of Genomic Data
Is the goodness of genomic data – our individual and collective entries in ‘the book of life’ – simply a matter of accuracy and a future in which ‘precision medicine’ averts or cures all ills? In our ‘Not as Good As Gold’ chapter Bruce Baer Arnold and Wendy Bonython argue that notions of goodness are necessarily conflicted, contested, and thus require more thought. Goodness encompasses questions about dignity (something valorized by philosophers such as Aristotle, Kant, Rawls and Nussbaum) rather than promises of a glorious genomic future based on population-scale data collection.
Good Data Ethics
Good Data edited by Angela Daly, S. Kate Devitt and Monique Mann will be published by INC in January 2019. The book launch will be 24 Januari @ Spui25. In anticipation of the publication, we publish a series of posts by some of the authors of the book. “Moving away from the strong body of critique of [...]