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Glass Half-full? Where the Fight for Worker Equity in the Digital Economy is Headed

The digital economy continues to be marked by deep power asymmetries between capital and labor. Work precarization, and opaque, inscrutable algorithmic regimes of management chip away at decent work conditions. Automation poses wicked conundrums for economic policy in the North and South alike.

  • Big Tech Watch
April 26 | Article
Artificial Intelligence and the Feminist Decolonial Imagination

The deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies has shown great potential for harm, especially for racialized women, non-binary people, and marginalized groups in the Global South. In such a scenario, how can we decolonize and depatriarchalize AI?

  • Feminist Digitality
March 4 | Article
Davos 2022 and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Despite its avowed allegiance to progressive values, how does the WEF’s Davos Summit further the consolidation of corporate power, particularly in the digital arena?

  • Big Tech Watch
  • The Policy Table
January 25 | Article