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@AOC is right: technology reflects society. Here is an incomplete list of experts you should follow if you are interested in this topic / thread:
@safiyanoble – read her great book ‘Algorithms of Oppression – How Search Engines Reinforce Racism’ nyupress.org/books/97814798… with @NYUpress
@jovialjoy – and her Gender Shades project gendershades.org, her work with the Algorithmic Justice League ajlunited.org and the Safe Face Pledge safefacepledge.org
@timnitGebru – and her work on algorithmic inequality arxiv.org/abs/1803.09010 and with Black in AI blackinai.org
@merbroussard – read her book ‘Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World’ mitpress.mit.edu/books/artifici… with @MITPress and her recent piece on technocheauvinism medium.com/@mitpress/3-re…
@6Gems – and her work with Black Girls Code blackgirlscode.com
@PopTechWorks – read her book ‘Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor’ us.macmillan.com/books/97812500… with @StMartinsPress
@mathbabedotorg – read her book ‘Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy’ weaponsofmathdestructionbook.com with @penguinrandom and read her blog mathbabe.org
@mmitchell_ai – working on machine learning and fairness: arxiv.org/abs/1801.07593 and arxiv.org/abs/1810.03993 and arxiv.org/abs/1811.10104
@histoftech – read her book ‘Programmed Inequality: How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost Its Edge in Computing’ mitpress.mit.edu/books/programm… with @MITPress
@schock – and their work on Design Justice designjusticenetwork.org/network-princi… and papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cf… and the @MITpress essay ‘Design Justice, A.I., and Escape from the Matrix of Domination’ jods.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/costanza-c…
@alondra – and her work on science, medicine, and social inequality datascience.columbia.edu/alondra-nelson, and in the context of technology her recent edited collection ‘TechniColor - Race, Technology, and Everyday Life’ nyupress.org/books/97808147…
@ginasue – and her work on AI and gender oii.ox.ac.uk/videos/does-ai… and tech wearables mitpress.mit.edu/books/self-tra…
@zephoria – and her work as founder of @datasociety and also her recent research on AI, big data and methods papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cf…
@annaeveryday – working on data, technology, culture, and ethics annaeveryday.com
@katecrawford – and her work as co-founder of @ainowinstitute ainowinstitute.org as well as her recent ‘Anatomy of AI’ piece anatomyof.ai
@mer__edith – and her work as co-founder of @ainowinstitute ainowinstitute.org as well as her leadership in the techworker movement and the #GoogleWalkout
@s010n – and his work as co-founder of @TheOfficialACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency @fatconference fatconference.org and his work on AI, ethics, fairness and accountability solon.barocas.org
@LatanyaSweeney – working on the impact of technology on society as well as data and privacy dataprivacylab.org/people/sweeney/
@HNissenbaum – working on technology and privacy nissenbaum.tech.cornell.edu and as director of the Digital Life Initiative @dlicornelltech at @cornell_tech, and her piece w @juliapowles on bias in AI medium.com/s/story/the-se…
@FrankPasquale – read his book ‘The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information’ hup.harvard.edu/catalog.php?is… with @Harvard_Press
@levendowski – working on copyright law and bias in AI levendowski.net
@ShannonVallor – read her book ‘Technology and the Virtues: A Philosophical Guide to a Future Worth Wanting’ with @OUPAcademic
@hannawallach – working on fairness, accountability and transparency in computer science dirichlet.net/publications/
@SandraWachter5 – working on data inferences and #technology #regulation, specifically in the #GDPR oii.ox.ac.uk/people/sandra-… / continued
@mireillemoret – working on law and computer science works.bepress.com/mireille_hilde…
@laura4lano – working on design, politics and ethics lauraforlano.org as well as her @publicbooks piece on invisible algorithms publicbooks.org/invisible-algo…
Finn Brunton – working on society, culture and information technology as well as on privacy and protest finnb.net
@karen_ec_levy – working on surveillance and monitoring through technology karen-levy.net
@couldrynick – read his and Ulises A. Mejias’ new book ‘The Costs of Connection: How Data Is Colonizing Human Life and Appropriating It for Capitalism’ colonizedbydata.com with @stanfordpress
@BVLSingler – working on social, ethical, philosophical and religious implications of AI and robotics bvlsingler.com
@vdignum – working on social and ethical AI people.cs.umu.se/virginia/
@j2bryson – working on researching and designing intelligent systems cs.bath.ac.uk/~jjb/
@random_walker – working on information privacy, security and technology policy randomwalker.info
@farbandish – working on gender in dataset and algorithm design and non-binary experiences in navigating gendered infrastructure ironholds.org
@NoortjeMarres – working on technology, innovation and public life warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/…
@allergyPhD – working on medicine and technology danyaglabau.com
@michelleimiller – and her work as co-founder and co-director of home.coworker.org
@kathytpham – working on technology ethics hks.harvard.edu/faculty/kathy-… and reforming computer science education with @mozilla
@jakusg – working on law, technology, profiling and surveillance papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cf…
Key to the critical discussion of technology and society are thinkers, journalists and activists like @karaswisher w recode.net, @juliaangwin w themarkup.org, people at @techreview @TeamUpturn @privacyint @DataJusticeLab @techworkersco and many more. / end
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