Project

Curriculum: Power + AI

Ian Arunga

Check out the project site here.

The pursuit of justice in AI requires more than just tweaking the numbers.

It requires us to “study up”—to map, measure, and intervene on the ways that powerful actors maintain social inequity through their decisions and policies. Only by flipping the script  of mainstream data narratives can we  radically re-imagine the terms of our engagement with AI.

This website provides an accessible introduction to key concepts like Laura Nader's call to "study up," as well as case studies, demos, and a study guide intended to help students grapple with issues of power in AI.

Check out the project site here.

The pursuit of justice in AI requires more than just tweaking the numbers.

It requires us to “study up”—to map, measure, and intervene on the ways that powerful actors maintain social inequity through their decisions and policies. Only by flipping the script  of mainstream data narratives can we  radically re-imagine the terms of our engagement with AI.

This website provides an accessible introduction to key concepts like Laura Nader's call to "study up," as well as case studies, demos, and a study guide intended to help students grapple with issues of power in AI.