Debunking Fact from Fiction – What Goes On in the World of Geospatial Intelligence

Many ideas involving geospatial intelligence seems to be one of those things reserved in the world of academia and nerdy twerps sitting in board rooms fiddling with their test tubes and scintillating telescopes – however, this stereotype can’t be further from the truth. In fact, the concept is quite simple and readily understandable for mere […]

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Alan Irwin talk on Citizen Science and Scientific Citizenship (JRC, October 2015)

The EU Joint Research Centre in Ispra has recently released the recording of a talk by Alan Irwin at the Joint Research Centre as part of the STS “Contro  Corrente” series of seminars from 15 October 2015, with Jerome Ravetz and Silvio Funtowicz (famous for their post-normal science) as discussants. The talk, titled Citizen Science and Scientific Citizenship: same words, … Continue reading Alan Irwin talk on Citizen Science and Scientific Citizenship (JRC, October 2015)

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‘Nobody wants to do council estates’ – digital divide, spatial justice and outliers – AAG 2012

At the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, I presented during the session ‘Information Geographies: Online Power, Representation and Voice’, which was organised by Mark Graham (Oxford Internet Institute) and Matthew Zook (University of Kentucky). For an early morning session on a Saturday, the session was well attended – and the papers […]

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