Anais Resseguier, Trilateral Research Ltd
Date of publication
25 October 2021
Anais Resseguier reviews Kate Crawford’s 2021 book Atlas of AI for the journal AI and Ethics, as part of TechEthos’ work on Extended Digital Reality technology familyA technology family is a collection of technologies that share techniques that have common goals [...]. She writes:
Crawford’s book is a great contribution to the field, as efforts are made at various levels, national and international, in companies and educational institutions, to mitigate the harms of this technology. Crawford underlines that this can only happen if we “challenge the structures of power that AI currently reinforces and create the foundations for a different society” (p. 227).
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Resseguier, A. Thinking AI with a hammer. Kate Crawford’s Atlas of AI (2021). AI Ethics (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s43681-021-00115-7
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