Three (!) new papers out! They are:
- With the delightful and wondrous Cami Rincon and Corinne Cath, a piece on what trans people do (and do not) want with “queer AI” (spoiler: it’s not “amazon can have all my data but make it gender-neutral”)
- With Zoe Hitzig and Mwenza Blell, a piece on how the risk of AI around identity and science is not “it’ll create new identity horrors” but instead that the mythos of AI-as-smarter-than-us will allow scientists to reinforce the same old ideas about the immutable nature of sexuality, disability and race.
- With Chandler May and Annabelle Carrell, some multiplicity and nuance for how HCI talks about gender.
That’s it for now (although a fourth is just around the corner. 2021: the year things become un-stuck.)