Social Justice: the Blind Spot of the Artificial Intelligence Revolution

Many groups and communities remain invisible to digital technologies either because they are already socially marginalized or because their needs are not a priority. The article written by Karine Gentelet and Sandrine Lambert explains why participatory processes and social justice issues seem to have little presence in the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI).

La justice sociale: l’angle mort de la révolution de l’intelligence artificielle, La Conversation, 14 juin 2021

  • Karine Gentelet

    Holder of the Abeona-ENS-OBVIA Chair on AI and Social Justice, Professor at the Department of Social Sciences

    Université du Québec en Outaouais

  • Sandrine Lambert

    Ph.D. student in Anthropology, Research Assistant for the ABEONA - ENS - OBVIA chair on AI and Social Justice

    Université Laval

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