Dataficação da vida

Palavras-chave: Bios, Comunicação, Datatificação, Plataformas

Resumo

Este artigo discute a dataficação da vida na atual fase de desenvolvimento da cultura digital a partir de três eixos: relações sociais, conhecimento e natureza. A dataficação se dá no rastreamento das relações sociais mediadas por plataformas digitais e como “requisição” do mundo sob a forma de dados operacionalizáveis em dois amplos domínios: a natureza e o conhecimento. A primeira forma de requisição é produzida pela retirada de minério e energia para a produção de equipamentos e para alimentar a captura, o tratamento, a circulação de dados. A segunda é a tradução do mundo em dados, gerando uma algocracia epistocrática que pode decidir sobre o conhecimento e a gestão da coisa pública. Relacionando a dataficação da vida como os quatro bios aristotélicos e com a comunicação a partir do seu modo de existência, podemos concluir que ela não pode ser reduzida nem a toda a esfera da comunicação, nem ser identificada a um bios midiático. A dataficação da vida está na base da comunicação contemporânea e é transversal aos quatro bios.

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Biografia do Autor

André Lemos, Universidade Federal da Bahia (Ufba), Salvador, BA, Brasil.

Doutor em Sociologia pela Université René Descartes, Paris V, Sorbonne, Paris, França; professor da Universidade Federal da Bahia (Ufba), Salvador, BA, Brasil.

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Publicado
2021-08-24
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Lemos, A. (2021). Dataficação da vida. Civitas - Revista De Ciências Sociais, 21(2), 193-202. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2021.2.39638