“Within this fellowship I will work on a digital think (and make) tank on AI technology and society – as a space for visionary fiction and speculative art, community organizing, and resources for design justice movement building.”
Updated June 2021
More from Nushin Yazdani
Burning out for the good cause: An article by Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani
Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani recently wrote an article titled “Für die gute Sache ausgebrannt” for the Gunda Werner Institute for Feminism and Gender Democracy site.
Die Vermessung der Emotionen: Article by Nushin Yazdani and Marie Leidinger
Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani and Marie Leidinger have recently co-written an article, titled "Die Vermessung der Emotionen" for The Gunda Werner Institute for Feminism and Gender Democracy website. The piece discusses the emotion recognition systems, that are widely used in our society today.
Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani in Forbes: “Intersectionality, Inequity And Imminence Of AI: A Human Perspective”
Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani was recently cited in an article written by Hessie Jones titled “Intersectionality, Inequity And Imminence Of AI: A Human Perspective” for the Forbes website.
AI & Visionary Fiction – a digital think (and make) tank on AI technology and society
Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellow Nushin Isabelle Yazdani is an interaction and transformation designer, artist, and AI researcher. Nushin would like to create a digital think tank around the topics of artificial intelligence, technology, and society.
Short Film: "How machines discriminate - facial recognition and the matrix of domination"
Landecker Fellow Nushin Yazdani recently published a short film with José Rojas entitled "How machines discriminate - facial recognition and the matrix of domination." The piece delves into the intricacies of facial recognition technology and the tangible consequences artificial intelligence has on marginalized people..