Research Scholar for – The Internet of International Relations
Author: Rajendra Man Banepali
Rajendra Man Banepali is an international civil servant, research fellow, technologist and knowledge management professional following research paradigm.
He is serving as Knowledge Management Associate of the UN Information Centre, Department of Public Information, United Nations. He has worked in various sectors — information management in UNDP, software engineering in private companies and educational institutes. He is a seasonal public speaker and serves on few of national and international committee of social and technology.
With areas of Knowledge Management and Digital Technology are preliminary workout which turned into extensive research aligning social science phenomena later. Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Master of Science in Information Technology have been enriched with alignment of social flavor in associating a Master Degree in Conflict Management and PhD in “Digital Diplomacy: The Internet of International Relations” (pursuing).
Kathmandu, Monday, 25 Dec 2017 — Son brought 3-D puzzle. He wanted to spend time with me playing the puzzle in weekend. We started to play and spent almost 1 hour 30 minutes to solved three puzzle cards. The last puzzle of dinosaur was hard to solve since it has more than 100 tags to match. We solved the puzzle with thriller and tactics which solved my quest I am trying to resolve in my thesis. I was trying to draw conclusion of my research into my thesis using thematic analysis and the puzzle with my kids made me clear on my work too.
Rhode Island, USA, 1st November 2017 – English class was at 6pm at Quinn hall in university on Thursday. I sat off to class in time and found a student there. On the way to lecture, instructor, Shelley from international center, let me introduce with other few colleagues after they entered. We found the class was very happening, interesting and fruitful. After class new friend, Elif (name changed), from Turkey gave me lift to my apartment along with another colleague, Bo (name changed), from China. Elif promised to meet me for further discussion in our topic on Friday since our research topic was similar.
Rhode Island, USA, 26th November 2017 — I am doing nothing for good in weekend except building peace monument in Narragansett beach, RI, USA. It is just mental process of mind concentration for the mission of life. This was shot in Narragansett beach of Rhode Island, USA during my weekend in University of Rhode Island. Unfortunately the monument fell down by strong air blow as soon as I captured my voice.
BOLTON, MASSACHUSETTTS, USA 12 November 2017 – Digital technology is in sky kissing nowadays, especially in developed countries like United States of America. However, is it possible to send your credit card in email? Debit card? Your gadgets from online shopping? And even simple items of kitchenware? Probably, once man starts to live without materialistic items, physical credit card and any physical item won’t be necessary in their life. But, is it possible without material matters in our life? The question begins when I was roaming around Bolton, nearby Boston with my friend.
Rhode Island, USA, 10 November 2017 — Today’s observation, 10 November, affirmed that researchers in University of Rhode Island (URI) is moving differently, one-disciplinary to multidisciplinary drawing new knowledge. Not only computer scientist is doing research on like data or algorithm development but also researchers from social science, statistics, math, civil engineering, physics, biology and many faculties are engaged together for collaborative work in URI.
Rhode Island, USA, 9 November 2017 — Seeking chance of failure of technology is a kind of preventing future consequences tensed by technology, the consequences – humanitarian crisis or technology crisis. It is also wide idea to identity potential latent future conflict tensed by digital technology so that we could take measure to prevent those conflicts for better world and smooth technology implementation.
New York, USA, 4 November 2017 — A magnitude of digital technological based on cloud influences in social calendar of persons, society and state living with or without digital technology exposes digital supremacy which is rendering social conversation in new forms – linear conversation, and disruptive conversation. Scheme of conversation makes sense of relations among social actors – state and non-state actors. New media is witness of digital mediation nowadays. Aiming with exploration of framework to compute digital supremacy in terms of social calendar simulation by digital technology and decision-making power in International Relations (IR) aligning social relations among people and society in ground reality, this work has gone through two manifolds – social constructivism reflecting multiple realities generated by digital technology and de-constructive analysis of conversation text with semiotic analysis tool. Continue reading “Talking about Digital Diplomacy in Columbia University, New York”→