The Gender and Data Science in Sport and Health online conference took place on 26 and 27 October 2021. It brought together experts and professionals from a range of disciplines to share their gender perspective-embracing[…]
Two researchers from the IN3’s KISON (K-riptography and Information Security for Open Networks) research group, which studies new technologies for improving people’s security online, presented a couple of their current projects at the UOC’s[…]
Antonio Calleja, researcher and coordinator of the Technopolitics research unit of the IN3’s Communication Networks & Social Change (CNSC) group, has recently published a fascinating article on transhumanism, technological humanism and posthumanism. The piece,[…]
For this year’s Sant Jordi’s day, GlobaLS research group offers some heterodox reading suggestions to reflect on the value of the humanities in our post-pandemic, 21st century societies By Diana Roig-Sanz, Laura Fólica, Neus[…]
The Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3) is a pioneering research centre specialized in the study of the Internet and the effects of the interaction between digital technologies and human activity. The institute, part of the[…]
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