The Hidden labour in AI Capitalism

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Kalule, P. and Kanngieser, AM (2020). The Hidden labour in AI Capitalism . Berlin 07 - 28 Nov 2020
CreatorsKalule, P. and Kanngieser, AM
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AI is tasked to apprehend and master the unknowable. This is a police function; AI becomes an operation of the force of the law, perpetuated intentionally, yet imperceptibly. Critically exploring AI labor practices, Petero Kalulé and AM Kanngieser’s audio essay tackles the teaching, training, and supervising of AI and how they are circumscribed under an AI design and ethics program. They look at online platform content moderators and how their knowledge as subjects of labor is programmed, classed, and unhumaned on an ongoing basis as a part of a global capitalist imaginary.

KeywordsAI, Calculabilty, Police, content moderation,
Date07 Nov 2020
Web address (URL)https://soundcloud.com/berliner-gazette/ai-kanngieser-kalule
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Deposited02 Aug 2022
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