EmanziTech

Digitale Technologien verändern die Gegenwart und Zukunft unserer Gesellschaft(en), Kultur(en) und Politik. Deshalb ist es wichtig diese Veränderungen zu nutzen, um alte Diskriminierungsmuster abzubauen und diese nicht zu reproduzieren. Die einander komplementären Forderungen nach einem erweiterten Zusammendenken von Emanzipation und Technik, mit mehr emanzipatorischen Inhalten im Internet, wie auch einem emanzipierteren Internet und nicht diskriminierenden KIs greifen wir in unserem EmanziTech Topic auf.

Mit dem Aufbrechen von Diskriminierungsmustern durch die Anwendung von neuen technischen Möglichkeiten, beschäftigt sich unter anderem Caroline Sinders. In der ehemaligen Männerdomäne von Coding und Computing ist ein Bewusstsein für Gender und Code ein drängendes Thema. Diesem nimmt sie sich mit ihrem 'Feminist Data Set' an und zeichnet so am ersten Tag der re:publica 19 die Utopie eines non-biased Internet. Wie andersrum (digitale) Technologien für mehr Gerechtigkeit in stigmatisierten Bereichen des Lebens von Frauen* genutzt werden können, stellt Alexis Hope am re:publica-Dienstag unter anderem mit ihrem “Make the Breast Pump Not Suck” Hackathon vor. Daran anknüpfend werden wir uns an der Schnittstelle von Technik, Körper(n) und Sexualität die Fragen stellen, wie technologische Fortschritte Einfluss auf unser Sexleben haben, welche Rolle Sprache in der Reproduktion von Diskriminierung hat und die Cyborgfrau transhumane Ansätze zu feministischen Emanzipierungsideen liefern kann.

 

  • Politics & Society
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    Many digital initiatives working on gender and sexuality in the Arabic-speaking world grapple with a number of challenges related to access to information. During the workshop facilitators will present and discuss different experiences related to these challenges. The participants will then be invited to work together in thinking of innovative solutions to some of the most challenging questions related to access to information in the region.
  • Politics & Society
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    In der Literatur gibt es schon seit hunderten von Jahren Beschreibungen von Maschinenfrauen, Frauen als Automaten oder Gynoiden, Robotern in weiblicher Gestalt. Technische Revolutionen haben diese Darstellungen dabei immer wieder stark beeinflusst und neue Körperbilder und Genderdiskurse generiert. Im Jahr 2019 ist es an der Zeit für eine Neubewertung. Denn mit Hilfe von Cyborgfrauen können wir neue feministische Ansätze entwickeln und Diskriminierungsmuster abbauen.
  • Science & Technology
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    Learn how to build an open source interactive robot that is easy to build and easy to program by everyone with graphical and visual programming interface.
  • Media & Journalism
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    The Internet and social media platforms have grown to become reliable sources for sexual education and exploration. Especially marginalized people have created spaces to express themselves and create a growing and evolving set of sexual values that have already changed the world. These relatively new values call for re-thinking what platforms still refer to as "adult content" and a push towards differentiated perception of sexual content.
  • Science & Technology
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    To start with Car-Hacking, I have built a simulated CAN-Bus-Network with 10 OBD-II interfaces.
    OBD-II is the standard Car-Diagnosis-Interface since 2001(Petrol) / 2003 (Diesel).
    We will use the MACCHINA M2 Car-Hacking Arduino and flash a basic Sniffer for the CAN-Bus Protocol.
    We will retrieve CAN-Bus Data (coming from the simulated Car-Network) and visualize it in SavvyCAN.
  • Science & Technology
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    Connecting the technological dots between cave wall paintings and immersive VR experiences, this session will start with a whirlwind tour of history that puts a new spin on the last 10,000 years of recorded humanity Mathana will introduce their concept (re)defining the current era, what they have coined ‘The Fog’ (a provocative take on ‘the cloud’) that offers a new approach towards the way cataloging civilizational epochs.
  • Arts & Culture
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    We want to take you on a trip to a space that you have believed to know, but that is in fact an unexplored territory. We will hit the road and discover hidden places of the internet infrastructure in the year 2025. Together we are going to rethink and overcome structures of hegemonic power, simply by stopping by and uncovering spots of perfectly functional, virtual femininity. Get in, join the ride and you will see: the internet, if you look closely, is a feminist space – just like a beehive.
  • Arts & Culture
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    Disruption, adaptation, infiltration, agility, robustness... These notions are used a lot both in technology and in science, yet our understanding of what they really represent is still very abstract — we do not really "feel" them. During this workshop we propose the participants to get a direct embodied understanding of these notions in an interactive group setting using our bodies, inspired by the martial art Systema, dance, complex systems theory, and agile development practices.
  • Arts & Culture
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    Participants are invited to join a performative game, in which they try out prototypes of video glasses connected to wireless surveillance cameras, while they are watched by the other participants. They experiment with transmitted body movements, improvised choreographies, are “controlled” and take “control” of others.
  • Politics & Society
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    Sex as we know it is changing. I take the audience on a tour of sexual technologies past and present, and explain how a new wave of technologies offer an immersive sexual experience unlike anything that has come before. These technologies are leading to the emergence of a new sexual identity: “digisexuality”. I engage participants in a discussion about their use of sexual technologies. And I urge: Don’t panic. While the technologies present challenges, they also offer exciting opportunities.