Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed
Values and ethics have long been central to many discourses in HCI. But these topics have received an additional impetus in the past decade, with the rapid advancement of artificial intelligence technologies worldwide and the concerns that they have engendered. Scholars have demonstrated how many of the "data-driven" systems that AI uses are unethically using people's personal data, delivering biased outputs, and/or damaging our environment, to mention just a few of the harms. Such data-driven AI algorithms and systems are often criticized for being racist and sexist, or perpetuating colonial or exploitative conditions. Contemporary scholarship is hence critical of…
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