In search of utopia through data

In search of utopia through data

In search of utopia through data The runner is always present in his body, forever required to think about his blisters, his exhaustion; when he runs he feels his weight, his age, more conscious than ever of himself and of his time of life. This all changes when man...
Businesses oblivious to their need for ethnographic enquiry

Businesses oblivious to their need for ethnographic enquiry

Businesses oblivious to their need for ethnographic enquiry Written by Amalie Blixt, MSc Digital innovation & Management and Junior Researcher in ETHOS Lab By the internet, scholars, managers and acquaintances, we are told that this is the age of algorithms, of...
Interview with Benedict

Interview with Benedict

Interview with Benedict Interviewed by Luuk Blum, ETHOS Lab Assistant and active with ITU’s green community RethinkIT One nice similarity between Benedict and the lab that emerged after the interview was that he’s named his devices after female scientists;...
The-Digital-Anthropocene

The-Digital-Anthropocene

Download the syllabus: The Digital Anthropocene In February 2019, we hosted a Syllabus Workshop in the ETHOS Lab. Hannah Knox’s visit coincided with an initiative James Maguire and Astrid O. Andersen had begun with a Slow Seminar at Aarhus University, and together we...