What is the New Literacy for Media Infrastructure Project?

This research project aims to establish a new media theory and design educational workshop programs to develop new media literacy in the era of media infrastructure. More about the Project…

この研究プロジェクトはメディア・インフラ(Twitter、Facebook等SNSからGoogle、インターネット等情報通信基盤まで)の構造や機能、デザインを、技術的観点からだけではなく、政治経済的、文化的な 観点から批判的に理解していくメディア・リテラシーを育成するための、新たな理論構築と学習プログラム開発を目的としています。More about the Project…

News and Events

Recordings for the online seminar “AI and Society: New Media Literacy and Politics” available

Presentation materials and video recordings of the online seminar “AI and Society: New Media Literacy and Politics” in association with  ICCE, Goldsmiths, University of London (June 9, 2021) were published! 2021年6月9日にロンドン大学ゴールドスミスカレッジ クリエイティブ&カルチュラルアントレプレナーシップ研究所主催により開催されたオンラインセミナー「AI and Society: New Media Literacy and Politics」の発表資料と動画が公開されました! >> View Detailed information (詳細はこちら)   Speakers and Presentations Prof Kaori Hayashi (The Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, Vice President of the University of Tokyo) 林香里(東京大学副学長・東京大学大学院情報学環) Challenges for a Gender-Equal Society in the AI Era (PowerPoint presentation) Prof Shin Mizukoshi (The Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, the University of Tokyo 水越伸(東京大学大学院情報学環) New Literacy for Media Infrastructure and “Media Biotope” (Dropbox Paper) Atsushi Udagawa (The Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, the …

Recordings for international seminar “Social Networks for the Next Media Literacy” now available!

Video recordings of our international virtual seminar titled “Social Networks for the Next Media Literacy: Comparative Case Studies on Belgium, Korea, and Japan” (February 27) are now available from the links below. We would like to thank the presenters again for their excellent presentations! 去る2月27日にオンライン開催しました国際セミナー「新たなメディア・リテラシーを育む社会連携のかたち:ベルギー、韓国、日本の事例研究」のプレゼンテーションの録画が下記よりご覧いただけます。登壇者のみなさまに改めて御礼申し上げます。

Jun.9 Online Seminar AI and Society: New Media Literacy and Politics

Artificial intelligence is increasingly becoming ubiquitous in society. In this online seminar hosted by the Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship, Goldsmiths, University of London, Media studies scholars critically explore questions of new media ethics and literacy arising from the increasing use of immersive AI technologies in society. Kaori Hayashi, the director of B’AI Global Forum and vice president of the University of Tokyo, discusses the ethical framework of AI. Shin Mizukoshi and Atsushi Udagawa from “A new literacy for media infrastructure” project make presentations about the educational practices for new media infrastructure literacy. Matthew Fuller and Dr. Tomoko Tamari of the Goldsmiths, University of London join the seminar. Please join …