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Understanding data and cooperation in a public sector arena

Cathrine Seidelin, Charlotte P. Lee, Yvonne Dittrich
2020 European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work  
As shown in previous work (Seidelin et al., 2018) , it requires careful organisation and crossorganisational data work to audit the members of the LECs and to make sure that each LEC is equally staffed  ...  administrative worker at IU initiates an array of data practices that involves multiple stakeholders, leading to the formal assignment of a new member and update of related data in the LEC database (Seidelin  ... 
doi:10.18420/ecscw2020_n01 dblp:conf/ecscw/SeidelinLD20 fatcat:ivx7o3qbn5d7tiowr6u474cona

Smart Technology and the Emergence of Algorithmic Bureaucracy: Artificial Intelligence in UK Local Authorities

Thomas M. Vogl, Cathrine Seidelin, Bharath Ganesh, Jonathan Bright
2020 PAR. Public Administration Review  
Bharath Ganesh is a media studies scholar focusing on new media, political communication, governance, and cultures of hate and intolerance online using computational and qualitative methods. Abstract: In recent years, local authorities in the UK have begun to adopt a variety of "smart" technological changes to enhance service delivery. These changes are having profound impacts on the structure of public administration. Focusing on the particular case of artificial intelligence, specifically
more » ... nomous agents and predictive analytics, a combination of desk research, a survey questionnaire, and interviews were used to better understand the extent and nature of these changes in local government. Findings suggest that local authorities are beginning to adopt smart technologies and that these technologies are having an unanticipated impact on how public administrators and computational algorithms become imbricated in the delivery of public services. This imbrication is described as algorithmic bureaucracy, and it provides a framework within which to explore how these technologies transform both the socio-technical relationship between workers and their tools, as well as the ways that work is organized in the public sector. Evidence for Practice • A new form of bureaucratic organization enabled by computational algorithms is beginning to emerge in local authorities. • Autonomous agents can assist citizens with their service needs, but they can also be used to help public administrators to carry out their tasks. • People using smart technologies in local authority service provision are attempting to deal with complexity not by simplifying problems into set procedures, but through adaptive predictive algorithmic models that can learn from new inputs and changes in conditions. • When introducing new computational algorithms, practitioners should identify the relevant social groups that are impacted by its implementation, understand the contextual implications from their perspectives, and leverage internal capacity as much as possible in order to address local needs and challenges about which outsiders may not be aware.
doi:10.1111/puar.13286 fatcat:3sl5oglljbe27obkwtk6ij7zui

Developing the data-based organisation: Exploring Data Work and Human-Data Interactions in a Cross-Organisational context

Cathrine Seidelin
2018 HCI 2018   unpublished
However, the data is currently stored in a single database, and IU is the knowledge-broker of this data (Seidelin, 2018a).  ...  Together with the participants, I explored how non-IT experts where able to engage with the data representation (Seidelin, 2018b).  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/hci2018.200 fatcat:hcczzzn6wfbanarfawgmcfgowm

Data Work in a Knowledge-Broker Organisation: How Cross-Organisational Data Maintenance shapes Human Data Interactions

Cathrine Seidelin, Erik Grönvall, Yvonne Dittrich
2018 HCI 2018   unpublished
Seidelin • Y. Dittrich • E. Grönvall 10  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/hci2018.14 fatcat:xtfaypl6gbflbb6lu74a7cvmxi

Page 611 of National Union Catalog Vol. 100, Issue [page]

National Union Catalog  
Seidelin, 1815. xxxvi, (2), 126 p. front. 16)™. Added joreriadving” aigned : Daniel Smith. Daniel Smith. 1 Al Hons Dvoterm. 32 1744-1812. Abraharsca, Ludvig August, 1783-1810. u.  ...  Brinch o; Anne Cathrine Brinch. (Christiania, A. W. bogtrykkeri, 1886, Ip. 1,22 p. 229. hustra réggers Brinch, Christen Nicolay, 1790-1873. 2.  ... 

STUDIA ANTHROPONYMICA SCANDINAVICA Tidskrift för nordisk personnamnsforskning UTGIVEN AV Kungl. Gustav Adolfs Akademien för svensk folkkultur REDIGERAD AV

Eva Brylla, Katharina Leibring, Ryman Lennart, Redaktionsråd
unpublished
Noget tidligere, i 1752, blev Hans Didrich Brinck adlet med slaegtsnavnet Brinck-Seidelin, idet han overtog sin morbroder Hans Seidelins våben som et led i morbroderens testamente med efterfølgende oprettelse  ...  Magister og stiftsprovst i Ribe, Søren Nielsen Seerup og Susanne Cathrine Mathiasdatter Worm lod 21. november 1708 deres søn døbe i Ribe Domkirke med navnet Matthias Worm Seerup.  ... 
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