Feminist AI showcases the vital contributions of feminist scholarship to thinking about AI, data, and intelligent machines, as well as laying the groundwork for future feminist scholarship on AI.
The new collection, published by Oxford University Press (OUP) was edited by Professor Jude Browne, CFI Director Dr Stephen Cave, CFI Senior Research Fellow Dr Eleanor Drage, and CFI Research Fellow Dr Kerry McInerney.
The volume is one of the key outputs of the Gender and Technology Project, which was generously funded by Christina Gaw and run by the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies in collaboration with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence from October 2020 to October 2022. The project was a cutting-edge collaboration between academia and industry premised on the mutual exchange and development of knowledge about AI ethics and diversity, equality and inclusion. Our project outputs from the project can be found on the Gender and AI page.
The book consists of 21 chapters exploring diverse feminist perspectives on AI across a wide range of domains and use cases, from the history of the programming language Logo through to a feminist abolitionist critique of predictive policing tools.
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