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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
...Lauren M. E. Goodlad Abstract This editor's introduction welcomes readers to a new interdisciplinary undertaking. The community of practice Critical AI addresses hopes to bring critical thinking of the kind that interpretive disciplines foster into dialogue with work by technologists and others who...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
..., data universalism, and unintentional criti-hype. As the authors touch upon each contribution to this special issue, they call for critical AI studies to forge an interdisciplinary community of practice, alert to ontological commitments, design justice principles, and spaces of dissensus. Copyright ©...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
.... Of course, another question people often ask is, “what about when there's conflict within a community?” Community . . . it's a lovely term. But in fact, communities are made up of subgroups and individuals, and there's always conflict internally. There can be terrible, highly patriarchal systems reproduced...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... and brown residents of marginalized communities in Brazil. This book illuminates the creative use of digital technologies by residents in poor urban communities and conflict zones in the global South. Nemer opens up new arenas of research by shifting the lens away from English-speaking software developers...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... community norms is mocked to produce compliance and bring errant members back to the fold. This is clearly a far cry from viral videos of “fails” or the epidemic of mass incarceration. The intact and face-to-face community in which the clown ritual is performed engenders care as well as correction...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... systems and fractured communities that it might be difficult to assign individuals any responsibility to change their conditions. Ultimately, then, the book's achievement is to poignantly outline the totality and interconnectedness of the problem, lay out a potential means of resistance through compelling...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
..., emerging in no small part from Indigenous communities within settler-colonial societies, in which parity and mutual recognition among multiple knowledges is the precondition of the equitable distribution of primal things—and of the next stages of human knowledge. During the past sixty years, Snow's...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
..., unmediated by culture or human intervention, dataset creators rarely acknowledge the contribution of photographers or their communities, and the scientific literature largely ignores them. Even as photo-sharing communities have become the main providers of “ground truth” for machine vision (as well...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... to the critique of computing conducted by a group of researchers influenced by a mélange of post–Frankfurt School cultural studies, science and technology studies, media studies, communications, and the history of science and technology. Having watched and critiqued that work from the perspective of the history...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... fears about “supposed technological catastrophes” with “a productive formula for rational response . . . to the communal problems that beset the world” (53, 55). Botting discusses several apocalyptic fictions in Shelley's wake, including Karel Čapek's R.U.R. (1920), the Wachowskis' Matrix films...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
..., the same techniques used to automate inequality and encode bias and oppression can be deployed for diverse political projects. 3 Just as the police can use so-called AI to “predict” crime, so communities can use the same technologies to predict police activity, 4 locate detention centers (Killing et...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... for scientific certainty, and civic duty to the global community and United Nations, among others. Copyright © 2023 Duke University Press 2023 kristen.schuster@kcl.ac.uk caroline.schuster@anu.edu.au ...