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- The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest (2023), The Suspicious System: a conversation on the rise of automated bureaucracies
- The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest, ‘From Cloud to Crowd’, NEoN Digital Arts, 17 October 2022, https://neondigitalarts.com/from-cloud-to-crowd/.
- The Institute for Technology In the Public Interest (2022), edited by Helen V Pritchard, and Femke Snelting, Infrastructural Interactions: Survival, Resistance and Radical Care http://titipi.org/pub/Infrastructural_Interactions.pdf
- The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest (2021, 2022), Infrables: The Cloud is not an Option, Iterated at the Tangible Clouds Workshop and the series Digital Solidarities Networks organized by Varia.
- The Institute for Technology in the public interest (2021), EU Digital COVID Certificates: When governments move fast and break things, GitHub, May 28, https://github.com/ehn-digital-green-development/hcert-spec/issues/85
- Aouragh, Miriyam, Gürses, Seda, Pritchard, Helen and Snelting, Femke. The extractive infrastructures of contact tracing apps in: Journal of Environmental Media
- Aouragh, M., Gürses, S., Pritchard, H. and Snelting, F. as Institute for Technology in the Public Interest (2020), ‘The long tail of contact tracing’, GitHub, 10 April, https://github.com/DP-3T/documents/issues/118
Interviews and podcasts
- Infrables, an interview with TITiPI, Tangible Cloud (2023), https://archives.tangible-cloud.be/files/interviews/02_snelting.pdf
- Naturoculturas son disturbios #8 Martino Morandi & Jara Rocha feat. The (de)Ontologi(ci)sts (2022)
- Keltoum Belorf, Interview. Coronacrisis: Tracing-app, een magisch redmiddel of tool om publiek te sussen? De Wereld Morgen (June 2020) [in Dutch]
- Radio Informal, RYBN interviews The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest (May 2020)
- Wie sich die Debatte um Corona-Tracing ändern muss. Interview with Chris Köver, Netzpolitik (May 2020)
- A chance to transgress. We Be Imagining, with J. Khadijah Abdurahman, Ilan Mandel and Stanley Muñoz (April 2020)
Talks, panels, workshops and exhibitions: https://titipi.org/wiki/index.php?title=Activities