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Accepted Paper:

Dehumanising Design: how algorithms see the world and the construction of misogyny  
Paula Boddington (University of West London)

Paper short abstract:

This talk explores how AI is built upon ways of understanding the world, interpreting and analysing data, and formalising intelligence which can produce and reinforce dehumanising attitudes, and may in particular reproduce misogyny in the form of a reductive and instrumental view of women. The design and use of AI including social media can exacerbate this tendency to misogyny, which spills over into real world practices which reduce women to component parts to be manipulated by technoscience.
Plenary A04
Misogynistic Algorithms
  Session 1