I missed my !

I am a PhD in Human-Robot Interaction , and I have worked 10+ years on software for NAO and Pepper, two famous .

I'm also interested in cognitive science , its consequences in , and its power to cut the bs.

I am currently a freelance (palaio.eu) and I promote my work, my knowledge and my opinion on and . I wish to foster some common grounds with research and industrial peers.

Your #Android phone has a so-called Google advertising ID*, a unique number for your device. Using that, #tracking companies follow and record what you do on your phone, even across apps from different companies.

Luckily, you can now disable the advertising ID to make it harder for them to track you. We recommend doing this to everyone. Here's how it works.

*Unless of course, you’re using a google-free #LineageOS, #GrapheneOS or similar. :)

#privacy #dataprotection #advertisingid #gaid

The new paper "User-centric approaches for collecting Facebook data in the ‘post-API age’: experiences from two studies and recommendations for future research" by Zoltán Kmetty, Mario Haim, Sebastian Stier, and me has now been published open access in Information, Communication & Society: tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.10

Arrived in Paris for ! Our Airbnb has a really interesting piece of local ICT history on display: A Minitel (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minitel)! I have never seen one "in the wild" before.

I'm Sebastian, a (sometimes also an person) at Stuttgart University. I work on , , , and some .

Here's a link to my latest paper: arxiv.org/abs/2205.11987
"Word order typology in Multilingual BERT: A case study in subordinate clause detection".

#SteveKerr 🔥 zu #uvalde:

Der beste und bewegendste Kommentar zu diesem Thema, den ihr heute sehen werdet!

#usa #EndGunViolence #kerr #BackgroundChecksNow #nba
📽️ @warriors via #WDR

This Friday is a day packed to the brim with excitement for me: I will travel to in Paris (for my first ICA since Puerto Rico 2015 and my 2nd in-person conference since the pandemic), will continue and will start...

Im Auftakt der Veranstaltungsreihe "Show and Tell - Social Media Data in Research Practice" von NDFI4Culture, KonsortSWD und Text+ haben Carolin Gerlitz (Uni Siegen) und ich Inputs zum Thema "Twitter Tools: Collecting, Curating and Analysing Data" gegeben. Meine Materialien dazu gibt es hier:

A new study finds 3,000 websites on which third-party tracking companies scoop up what you type into forms in real time — even if you never hit submit. This happens on about 1,800 websites for E.U. users too, likely in violation of the GDPR.


(Via twitter.com/random_walker/stat)

Tracking science and its users has been a worrying development over recent years, especially by academic publishers such as #Elsevier. It's also something the academy isn't talking enough about IMHO. Such tracking & surveillance is an affront to academic freedom.

Taking up this thread are Eiko Fried & Robin Kok who placed a subject access request with Elsevier. This blog post describes what they found -- and it confirms the surveillance we all fear eiko-fried.com/welcome-to-hote

Hi fediscience.org! Thank you very much for hosting my account. I am a geologist postdoctoral researcher working on geochemistry/mineralogy/crystallography

Spoiler Alert: Es wird von mir auch einen ganz kurzen Shoutout zu Mastodon und fediscience geben :-)

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Kurze Erinnerung: Heute um 14 Uhr findet der Auftakt zur „Show & Tell“-Reihe „Social-Media-Daten in der Forschungspraxis“ statt. Es geht um Twitter-Tools mit Kurzinputs von Carolin Gerlitz (Uni Siegen) und mir. Anmeldung ist noch möglich.

Important read for anyone doing #survey #research

"Do you know where your survey data comes from?" - tracing how the big online survey companies get their data, with some advice on how to try to improve data quality.


After all: Writing is talking the talk. Coding is walking the walk. So please, fellow peers: Cite your software. Spend some time researching how the authors that your research is based on want to have their code cited. Do your due diligence. Be fair!

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It strikes me as odd that (at least in my discipline) a lot of fellow researchers do not regard it as necessary to correctly cite the software used in/for their own research. I have even received complaints by fellow peers for practicing absolutely rigorous citing of all software that is involved in my research. Why do people seem to feel that code is somehow less valuable than written words?

#Followerpower #Köln #Bonn
Dringend gesucht!
Für ein Kind (ca. 130-140 groß), das mit seiner Familie aus der Ukraine geflüchtet ist, wird dringend ein passender Rollstuhl gesucht. Elektrisch/manuell erstmal egal, Hauptsache er passt!

doing research on language variation in cat-related digital spaces and , mainly qualitative and exploratory, but now also opening up to quantitative methods. Learning now because I am into and

Oh, and I am a big lover 😸

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