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    Representations
    AI Bias through Digital Art

    In this field review, Nettrice Gaskins explores how racial bias in photo and film techniques has led to harmful technological designs in the present. This review also discusses how contemporary artists incorporate AI technology to help mitigate the harmful effects of unconscious bias.

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    Representations
    Art, Tech, and Power

    In this interview Salome Asega, an artist and the director of NEW INC – the New York New Museum’s incubator for art, design, and technology, discusses public interest technology and art that challenges the harm and power imbalance tech can create.

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    Labor & Economy
    Beyond Counting Accountability

    In this essay, Xiaowei Wang discusses the need to create space to practice accountability regularly within the world of tech work.

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    Labor & Economy
    Tech, Power, and Inequality in a Global Context

    In this interview, Sareeta Amrute, an anthropologist who studies race, labor, and class in global tech economies, discusses technology, power, and inequality in a global context.

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