WORKING SESSION: Inner Market, 22 May
Machines are capable of understanding us better and better. Machines are learning how to programme us. It appears that our behaviour can be increasingly predicted through for instance profiling, marketing formulas and interactive choice architecture that nudge citizens to make the ‘right’ decision.
Do big data applications make human behaviour more or less transparent? How is unpredictability related to the age-old notion of freedom? Can we programme our own behaviour? This working session combines the insights of designer and researcher Simone Niquille with insights into the world of nudging and behavioural design expert Sille Krukow.
Thursday 22 May
14:00 - 16:30
Het Nieuwe Instituut Bakema serre
Tickets € 15 € 10