Forbes Interview:  
AI & Inequality - an Intersectional Perspective

LinkIntersectionality, Inequity And Imminence Of AI: A Human Perspective

“Today, every person with a smartphone produces data that contains very personal, intimate digital marks. Data is seen as a new source of power and it is extracted from us. Companies develop AI systems that ‘predict’ whether you are a trustworthy person for a credit or a job.

Positivism coupled with data determinism created this data and attention economy where predicting individuals’ behaviors based on a narrow, normative and essentialist understanding of their identity, preferences and past has become the product. In this context, what power do we have to define ourselves as individuals and communities against unjust power structures that pervade AI systems?”