This year there will be several EcoKnow papers presented at the international BPM 2021 conference and affiliated workshops in Rome. At the main conference EcoKnow researchers have two accepted papers in the foundations track. The first paper, Weighing the Pros and Cons: Process Discovery with Negative Examples, is the first regular paper at the conference… Continue reading Several EcoKnow papers at BPM 2021
Taking design fiction as the approach, the authors of a recent paper invited individuals enrolled in job placement to reflect on the ‘work of the unemployed’, a fictive scenario where individuals make themselves eligible for support through sharing data. The results have just been presented at the DIS '21: Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2021, in the… Continue reading Design Fiction or Faction ?
Research reporting on the studies of case work practices and investigating the use of data and artificial intelligence have recently been published in two papers at the leading international conference for CSCW. "We Would Never Write That Down": Classifications of Unemployed and Data Challenges for AI" (pre-print) and "Street-Level Algorithms and AI in Bureaucratic Decision-Making:… Continue reading EcoKnow papers published in proceedings of the ACM HCI, proceedings of CSCW 2021
Several results from the first half year of EcoKnow are presented at the 16th International conference on Business Process Management (BPM 2018) held in Sydney, September 9-14, 2018.
The EcoKnow Grand solutions project was kicked off September 20th, 2017 at the DTU High Tech Summit. Eva Berneke broke the news of the EcoKnow project in front of a full auditorium at her morning Keynote, advocating that collaboration is crucial to provide better digitalisation. Later both Morten Marquard from Exformatics, Uri Pais from KMD… Continue reading EcoKnow kick-off September 20th 2017