Social psychologists know conservative media politicizes its viewers. But by focusing on individuals, they miss how to enact political change.
Shreeharsh Kelkar is a lecturer in interdisciplinary studies at the University of California, Berkeley. His research describes how new assemblages of algorithms, big data, and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing work practices, expertise, and knowledge production. He writes about the politics of knowledge and how it is shaped by science, technology, and media. He has a PhD in science, technology, and society from MIT.