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The Data Feminism Infographic

The Data Feminism Infographic

As data are increasingly mobilised in the service of governments and corporations, their unequal conditions of production, asymmetrical methods of application, and unequal effects have become increasingly difficult to ignore. AI by whom? AI for whom? AI with whose interests in mind? These are some of the questions that emerge from a larger project we call data feminism, a new way of thinking about data science and data ethics—one that is informed by intersectional feminist activism and critical thought - in order to imagine more ethical and equitable data practices.




The Data Feminism Infographic

Catherine D’Ignazio, Lauren F. Klein, Marcia Diaz Agudelo

Catherine D’Ignazio is a scholar, artist/designer and hacker mama who focuses on feminist technology, data literacy and civic engagement. She is the co-author of Data Feminism, Assistant Professor of Urban Science and Planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT, and Director of the Data + Feminism Lab. Lauren Klein is an associate professor in the departments of English and Quantitative Theory & Methods at Emory University, where she also directs the Digital Humanities Lab. She is the co-author of Data Feminism, author of author of An Archive of Taste: Race and Eating in the Early United States and co-editor of Debates in the Digital Humanities. Marcia Diaz Agudelo is a Colombian-Canadian Designer, Illustrator and Motion graphics artist working in the intersection of design, technology and social justice.



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  H.08 (pav. H) - C. D’Ignazio, L. F. Klein, M. Diaz Agudelo
 2021

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