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Bulgaria, Sofia, 1989: In the Footsteps of a Revolution

Episode 1 - Symbols of Authority: The Mausoleum, the State Security and the Fear

Follow Louisa Slavkova from Sofia Platform Foundation and Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov on their tour around places and events in Sofia in the context of the 1989 revolution.

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Bulgaria, Sofia, 1989: In the Footsteps of a Revolution

Episode 3 – "Down with the Communist Party!"

Follow Louisa Slavkova from the Sofia Platform and former prime minister of Bulgaria, Philip Dimitrov, on the third tour through Sofia in 1989 and learn how discontent about the communist ...

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Bulgaria, Sofia, 1989: In the Footsteps of a Revolution

Episode 2: The Emergence of the Resistance Movement

Join Louisa Slavkova from the Sofia Platform Foundation and Deyan Kyuranov, philosopher and human rights activist, in exploring the resistance movement, in the end of communism in Bulgaria ...

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Armin Nassehi: What problem does digitalisation solve?

Part of the lecture series "Making Sense of the digital Society"

Armin Nassehi discusses if the modern society can be called "digital" even before the advance of computer technology.

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Shoshana Zuboff: Surveillance Capitalism and Democracy

Contribution to the speech series "Making Sense of the Digital Society"

Does the mass collection and analysis of data result in a new "surveillance capitalism"? What is the meaning of trust when people's behavior becomes more and more transparent? How is social ...

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Personal Scoring in the EU: Not quite Black Mirror yet, at least if you‘re rich

Super-Scoring? Data-driven societal technologies in China and Western-style democracies as a new challenge for education

The TV show "Black Mirror" has widely been used to illustrate what a centralized, permanent and public personal scoring system would look like. How likely is the application of such a ...

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Scoring is not a new phenomena: we can learn from experience how to deal with scoring

Super-Scoring? Data-driven societal technologies in China and Western-style democracies as a new challenge for education

Scores are numerical ratings used to predict or steer people’s behavior. These numerical ratings are usually calculated via algorithmic processes based on a broad range of data (see, e. ...

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