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“Algorithm Trouble”

 A short piece on “Algorithm Trouble” for AI Now Institute‘s A New AI Lexicon, written with Axel Meunier (Goldsmiths, University of London) and Donato Ricci (médialab, Sciences Po, Paris). The full piece is available here, and here’s an excerpt: For decades, social researchers have argued that there is much to be learned when things go wrong.¹ […]

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New piece: “Is “another internet possible”? Inside Labour’s digital infrastructure plans” in Open Democracy

The following piece is cross-posted from OpenDemocracy, where it was published on 4th December 2019. The Labour Party’s recently launched manifesto and associated proposals contain the seeds of an egalitarian, progressive vision of the role that digital, data and knowledge infrastructures might play in contemporary life. While their proposals on broadband, tax, data, patents, platforms, AI and digital rights […]

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