Dr. Nanna Bonde Thylstrup theoretical framework to understand the material, ethical and political implications of data reuse in AI.
Dr. Nanna Bonde Thylstrup presents from the ‘AI Reuse’ project, a collaboration with co-PIs Mikkel Flyverbom (MSC) and Louise Amoore (Durham University). The project’s purpose is two-fold: firstly, it will develop a much-needed theoretical framework for understanding the material, ethical and political implications of data reuse in machine learning technologies. Secondly, and on the basis of this, the project will develop strategies and recommendations that can help the Danish public sector transition into the age of datafication without violating restrictions.
Dr. Nanna Bonde Thylstrup is an Associate Professor of Communication and Digital Media at Copenhagen Business School. Teheir writing and teaching focus on knowledge infrastructures; infrastructures of ignorance; environmental media; and digital epistemologies. More specifically, Dr. Nanna Bonde Thylstrup is interested in how media theory, cultural theory and critical theory can unpack and unfold issues related to datafication and digitization. Their most recent book is The Politics of Mass Digitization published by MIT Press (2019).