La vida conectiva: Las redes digitales como espejos sociotécnicos de Iberoamérica

Translated title of the contribution: Connective life: Digital networks as sociotechnical mirrors of Ibero-America

Pedro Rodrigues Costa, Edson Capoano, Daniel Barredo

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Abstract

Connective life has accelerated since 2020, when the covid-19 pandemic, which contributed to intensifying some processes of digitization underway for decades. This connective life too presents new challenges, such as surveillance capitalism, the economy of attention and contingent intellects, shaped by powerful algorithms persuasive In this context, the edition of Chasqui number 147 is proposed as an observatory of Ibero-American transnational digital culture. For
For this, we have selected 10 articles that reveal significant networks, and in
that user behavior is studied; habits are mapped, Ibero-American uses and customs in social networks; forms are described organization in the consumption, production and circulation of content; are analyzed techniques and content used to manipulate information and opinion; I know describe and identify ways to spread fake news and speeches of hate; and new theoretical proposals are presented to understand Ibero-America through the analysis and reading of fields such as big data, machine learning,
Artificial Intelligence, algorithms, or analysis and visualization systems
of data.
Translated title of the contributionConnective life: Digital networks as sociotechnical mirrors of Ibero-America
Original languageSpanish (Colombia)
Pages (from-to)33-46
Number of pages13
JournalChasqui
Volume147
StatePublished - Sep 2021

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