Ch 5: Retooling solidarity, reimagining justice
Do you agree with Benjamin’s argument that we can utilize technologies for solidarity and justice? Why or why not? She was writing prior to the murder of George Floyd and the pandemic. Do those issues, in addition to the resistance to internet regulation, give you pause? If there is cause for hope, where do you find it, and how does this hope relate to the questions of ethics as we have discussed them?
Or, if you’d rather learn about Latinx digital studies, you can choose to watch Melissa Villa-Nicholas present https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO2qVq9_Hcs” rel=”noreferrer noopener” target=”_blank” title=”Link”>Data Borders: How we are all intimately intertwined with detention and deportation, Links to an external site.and write something that is of interest to you from this presentation.
The Anti-Black Box
Race as Technology
Beyond Biased Bots
1 Engineered Inequity
I Tinker, Therefore I Am
2 Default Discrimination
Systemic Racism Reloaded
Architecture and Algorithms
3 Coded Exposure
4 Technological Benevolence
5 Retooling Solidarity, Reimagining Justice
Rethinking Design Thinking
Audits and Other Abolitionist Tools
End User License Agreement
Figure 0.1 N-Tech Lab, Ethnicity Recognition
Figure 1.1 Beauty AI
Figure 1.2 Robot Slaves
Figure 1.3 Overserved
Figure 2.1 Malcolm Ten
Figure 2.2 Patented PredPol Algorithm
Figure 3.1 Shirley Card
Figure 3.2 Diverse Shirley
Figure 3.3 Strip Test 7
Figure 5.1 Appolition
Figure 5.2 White-Collar Crime Risk Zones
RACE AFTER TECHNOLOGY
Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code
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