Emoticon and Digital Personhood Meeting

9th - 10th September 2015

We asked all of our attendees to submit two response to the following question:

''What do you see as the new emerging research challenges in the evolving areas of Empathy and Trust in Communicating Online/Digital Personhood?'

Answers were to be given in the format of the short title and a more detailed description of the research idea.

We then asked them to sort these ideas into similar groups.
The results of this process are presented on this page.

Emoticon and Digital Personhood Tree Map

Each section represents research ideas which the attendees thought were similar.
Hover over or tap any idea to see more detail about the research idea

Group Titles

Below are the titles for each coloured group, as proposed by the attendees in each group

Red Group:Control and Trust of Digital Identity, and,
Trust in Data Source
Blue Group:Making Digital Interactions the Functional Equivalent
of in Person Face-to-Face Communication, and,
Individual Differences / Congruence
Green Group:Personal Data Control and Security, and,
Privacy and Data Online (PraDa)
Orange Group:Culture and Context
Purple Group:Trust and Empathy
Yellow Group:Making a Mess with Method, and,
Assemblage Methodologies

Meeting Documents

Please click a link below to download / open the document

DocumentPDF Version

Emoticon and Digital Personhood Meeting Output Document - Release 001
(This document was generated from the feedback from the breakout sessions held during the meeting meeting, and includes all the output)

Emoticon and Digital Personhood Meeting: Well Sorted Materials
(This document was provided to all attendees, showing the results of the idea submission and grouping steps they carried out before the meeting)

MIXAP: The Well Sorted Meeting Idea Connections Application Prototype

Make a connection
- Short Name Description Clear Comment on the connection and give names of those who identified it. Submit
From Name 1:
Name 2:

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