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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
... and researchers had questions and critiques, and I think the new version is a lot better. And there are transnational processes. UNESCO released this framework, and there are a number of countries that have signed on or indicated that they will sign on (the US is not among them, of course). For more on that I...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... and self-education for the participants, not only about immediate issues but about the structural conditions that brought the situation to a point of social conflict” (125). While that sounds well and good, it does not really provide any substantive reason to think that such councils would be better than...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... life affect their status. To answer these questions, Botting turns not to science or philosophy but to fiction, especially the works of Mary Shelley. Probably no single text has influenced how people think about artificial life and artificial intelligence as profoundly as Shelley's 1818 masterpiece...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... than the clown rituals. Think of The Crucible or the classical Greek ritual of the scapegoat. In that context, an individual bears the shame of the entire community and is sacrificed as a result. Algorithmic systems are also increasingly used in sentencing and parole decisions in the criminal...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... in development goals and various rights doctrines. We could point to the globalization of the study of knowledge. 18 We could point to the astonishing twentieth-century revolution in epistemology, in which the history and philosophy of science, among other humanities fields, ushered in what we might think...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
..., and community partners increasingly join technologists and policymakers in the study of so-called AI, we have urged them to think about their ontological commitments (implicit or explicit) while connecting with the research and practice of others. Inspired by Whittaker's call for “muscles of care and mutual...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
... to see what their reactions to the diary would be. I watched my students read for about ten minutes, and then I asked, “What do you think is happening in this diary?” There were some very uncomfortable coughs and a rather awkward refusal to make eye contact. So I pressed on and asked, “Do we think it's...
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Critical AI (2023) 1 (1-2)
Published: 01 October 2023
..., texts, and so on. Indeed, considered in the simplest terms, a database is a structured, sortable, filterable list of things. Taken all together, these databases, or lists, constitute the web. For example, we might think of LinkedIn as a database of labor data, GoFundMe as a database of health data...
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