Recurrence of Citymapper in Google CalendarThe Recurrence of citymapper in Google Calendar is an example of the Transindividuation of data/infrastructure. This article will discuss the epistemological implications and social consequences of this phenomenon. Let's begin with an analysis of the Transindividuation of citymapper's last-mile tracking. In other words, it tracks your journey every mile and records your transport mode. After every trip, the app tracks how many calories you've burned, how many trees you've saved, and how much money you've saved.
Recurrence of Citymapper in Google CalendarHow to schedule the recurrence of Citymapper in Google Calendar? First, open the Google Calendar app and select Citymapper. This app enables you to view your travels and the places you visit. When you create a new recurring event, the app will automatically enter the location you've chosen. Then, you can easily modify it to recur on any date. If you want to create a recurrence of an event in Google Calendar, go to the Calendar app and set it to recur on a certain day. You can also manually specify a date and time. For example, you can choose the date, time, and location and the time of day. Then, you can choose the recurrence date and time. Once you have configured your recurrence date and time, you can choose to include or exclude specific dates or groups.
Transindividuation of data/infrastructureIn this study, we analysed how data/infrastructure are transindividuated in the Citymapper app. By creating interfaces that turn users into infrastructure, we explore how users become data, and how infrastructure acts on user behaviour. Transindividuation is essential for app development, because the app is no longer just a transport application, but increasingly embedded in other socio-technical domains. Transindividuation is a key concept for data/infrastructure, which emerges from the transductive relationship between data and infrastructure. Infrastructure and data are mutually dependent and generate each other in their transductive processes. As such, they modulate each other as part of a larger network. This transindividuation is central to citymapper. To understand how this relationship can be transfigured, we must first understand what infrastructure is and how it functions.
Social consequencesCitymapper is a data and infrastructural powerhouse that claims epistemological superiority and nominates itself as the organisation responsible for're-planning' the city. In a largely techno-centric socio-technical paradigm, cities are seen as 'computers' and the advancement of data analytics has led tech companies to appoint themselves as apt urban planners. This epistemological superiority of digital data can have both social and negative consequences.
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