How have data-centric systems perpetuated racial capitalism, and how have different communities, particularly in the global South, resisted this datafication?
Data & Society
Data & Society and Public Books have partnered to produce a podcast season that explores how human life has been quantified as data.
Whose values get embedded into the algorithms that increasingly govern our lives? How are these data infrastructures complicating what it means to be human?
What harms can result from AI and automation, and how might we address and prevent those harms?
How has data been used to organize labor, and how do we make ourselves visible to data-centric systems?
How do people show up in data, and what are some of the inequalities that can result from data collection?