3 May 202217:00 - 18:30Online

Description

On what basis can we challenge Artificial Intelligence (AI)―its infusion, investment, and implementation across the globe?  The authors analyse timely topics, including bias and language processing, responsibility and machine learning, COVID-19 and AI in health technologies, bio-AI and nanotechnology, digit ethics, AI and the gig economy, and representations of AI in literature and culture.

Convenor and book editor:

  • Ariane Hanemaayer, Visiting Scholar, Egenis Centre for the Study of the Life Sciences, University of Exeter, and Department of Sociology, Brandon University

Participating authors:

  • Avon Huxor (Computer Science, University of Exeter)
  • Ranjini Raghavendra (Centre for Open Data Research, Public Affairs Center, Bengaluru)
  • Scott Schwartz (City University of New York and Visiting Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology)
  • Stefanie Ullmann (Giving Voice to Digital Democracies project, CRASSH, University of Cambridge)

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