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      Yarden Katz. Artificial Whiteness: Politics and Ideology in Artificial Intelligence

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            10.13169/reorient
            ReOrient
            ReO
            Pluto Journals
            2055-561X
            2055-5601
            06 May 2022
            2022
            : 7
            : 1
            : 101-105
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            10.13169/reorient.7.1.0101
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            Literary studies,Religious studies & Theology,Social & Behavioral Sciences,History,Philosophy

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            1. (2019) “White crisis” and/as “existential risk”: The entangled apocalypticism of artificial intelligence. Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science. 54 (1): 207-24.

            2. (2020) Transhumanism and/as Whiteness. In (eds.), Transhumanism: The Proper Guide to a Posthuman Condition or a Dangerous Idea? Cham: Springer: 169-83.

            3. (2019) Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code. Cambridge: Polity Press.

            4. (2009) Race and/as technology; or, how to do things to race. Camera Obscura. 70 24 (1): 6-35.

            5. (2009) Race as technology. Camera Obscura 70 24 (1): 177-207.

            6. (2009) The Cultural Logic of Computation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

            7. (2013) The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Study. Brooklyn, NY: Minor Compositions.

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