Introduction to Data Ethics of Power
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The book explores a common ground for debates on the development and status of big data and AI sociotechnical environments by spelling out a ‘human approach’, referred to as a ‘data ethics of power’. A data ethics of power is concerned with making visible the power relations embedded in big data and AI socio-technical infrastructures in order to point to design, business, policy, social and cultural processes that support a human-centric distribution of power.

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