How big data and machine learning encode discrimination and create agitated clusters of rage. Reveals how polarization is a goal within big data and machine lea..(read more)
Arguing for the positive and constructive role of sex in ecology and art practice- investigates the fluid boundaries between bodies, binary conceptions of natur..(read more)
A concise overview of machine learning (computer programs that learn from data) – the basis of such applications as voice recognition and driverless cars...(read more)
Why gender is strange, even when it’s played straight, and how race and money are two of its most dramatic ingredients.
“You play like a girl”: it’s meant to be an insult, accusing a player of playing on a bad level. In this provocative book, Shira Chess urges us to pla..(read more)
How engineered materials and machines powered by living biological cells can tackle technological challenges in medicine, agriculture, and global security.
At the center of Fedorova’s analysis are the mechanisms that structure the relations between the self and the world at the level of the interface..
Reinventing Democracy in the age of intelligent Machines. How to make liberal democracies more inclusive and the digital economy more equitable: a guide for the..(read more)
This book investigates energies—in the plural, the energies embedded and embodied in everything under the sun— as they are expressed in the arts. With contr..(read more)
A sharp-edged work of philosophical anthropology that explores why humans find moral orders in natural orders. Daston proposes that human reason practiced in hu..(read more)