Net Politics in the Era of Learning Algorithms
This timely collection discusses the complex political dimensions of internet and AI technologies, seeking to elucidate possible avenues of democratizing AI. This includes technological strategies such as an ›Explainable AI‹, but also the questions of political and/or critical concepts which guide the technological process of making modern AI technology more accessible as well as suitable ways of democratizing AI beyond a purely abstract understanding of transparency and accountability.
A Cognitive-Formalist Approach
Vol. 5, Issue 1/2019 – Inequalities and Divides in Digital Cultures
This issue presents empirical studies as well as theoretical and methodological reflections on inequalities and divides in digital cultures. From various (inter-)disciplinary perspectives, the authors examine three main themes – inequality of access, inequality by design and discursive divides, and inequality by algorithms – while suggesting ways for research to move beyond these.
Online Actions and Offline Consequences in Europe and the US
Black Imagination, Fragments, and Diffractions
Nightmarish Worlds in Video Games and the Player's Aesthetic Response
New Approaches to an Old Medium
Photography and New Technologies at the Düsseldorf School
Vol. 4, Issue 1/2018 – Rethinking AI: Neural Networks, Biometrics and the New Artificial Intelligence
Landscape, Photography and Evocations of the North