Turning away from the latent patriarchy inherent to phantasies of complete knowability, this anthology aims to expand beyond a faulty notion of inclusion, which sustains an extractivist and patriarchal logic of data collection, to instead take queer theory, queer refusal and queer excess as motors to think through algorithmically or technologically produced understandings of intelligence and how these mediate gender, the body, and the artificial. In this way, queerness points to an evasion of categories, the queer is that which refuses to be named, exceeds intelligibility and insists on plurality. The anthology points to such ambiguities that can only be grasped in a situated way to ultimately guide more diverse and radical discussions of life with(-in) digital technologies.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||280|
|Volume||Queer Reflections on AI: Uncertain Intelligences|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2023|