Artifact Details

Title

Command Lines: Digital Labor and its Discontents

Catalog Number

102740150

Type

Moving image

Date

2017-03-18

Participants

Ensmenger, Nathan, Moderator
Gilbert, Thomas Krendl, Speaker
Oh, Yoehan, Speaker
Raffetseder, Eva-Maria, Speaker
Wolk, Shari, Speaker

Place of Publication

Mountain View, CA

Duration

01:31:51

Format

MP4

Description

Session C1: Digital Labor and its Discontents
Command Lines: Software, Power & Performance
March 18-19, 2017
Computer History Museum

“Seeing Like an Algorithm: Machine Learning and the New Division of Apperceptive Labor”
Thomas Krendl Gilbert
Ph.D. Student, Program in Machine Ethics and Epistemology, University of California, Berkeley

“PEBDAC Error: Problem Exists Between Desk and Chair”
Shari Wolk
Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University

“Algorithm Maintainers’ Dilemma: When Each Search Query, Hidden labor, and Up-to-the-Minute Trending News Cause the Public to Fail”
Yoehan Oh
Master’s Student, History and Philosophy of Science, Seoul National University

‘Digital Taylorism’: Working with Process Management Systems in Comparison to Management Practices in Taylor’s Scientific Management
Eva-Maria Raffetseder
Ph.D. Candidate, Post/Doc Lab Digital Media , Technical University Munich

Chaired by Nathan Ensmenger
Associate Professor, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University

Command Lines was a conference of the Society for the History of Technology (http://www.historyoftechnology.org/)’s Special Interest Group for Computers, Information and Society (http://www.sigcis.org/). It was sponsored and hosted by the Computer History Museum (http://www.computerhistory.org/)’s Center for Software History (http://www.computerhistory.org/softwarehistory).

Category

Talk

Series Title

Command Lines: Software, Power & Performance

Credit

Computer History Museum

Lot Number

X8133.2017