Ingo Di Bella
Geschäftsführung & Sponsoring
When it comes to fake news and misinformation, the real problem is not whether the information is correct but whether it fools us. Who contrives the moment of truthiness? Who gets to determine what is fake? What happens when a fake passes off as a real? Or contrarily, when the real disguises itself as fake? Drawing from queer, feminist, and racial movements and incidents on the digital web, the talk shows us that fakeness has to be unpacked as an attribute of the person and not of the information.
The Q&A to this keynote will take place in the NDF Think Tank in the Expo-Area.
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Director Research and Outreach | ArtEZ Faculty Associate
Nishant Shah is Professor of Aesthetics and Cultures of Technology and Director Research and Outreach at ArtEZ University of the Arts in the Netherlands. He is faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Centre for Internet & Society, Harvard University, a senior strategic advisor to the Digital Earth Fellowship with the Dutch Social Justice organization Hivos, and a mentor with the Feminist Internet Research Network. His new co-authored book Really Fake is scheduled for release in Spring 2021 with the University of Minnesota Press.
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Nürnberg Digital Festival REMOTE
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