"ARTIFICIAL UNINTELLIGENCE: HOW COMPUTERS MISUNDERSTAND THE WORLD" BY MEREDITH BROUSSARD IS A BOOK THAT EXAMINES THE LIMITS OF TECHNOLOGY IN SOLVING SOCIAL PROBLEMS. NOTE: THE AUTHOR IS A DATA JOURNALISM PROFESSOR AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY.
Meredith Broussard is a data journalism professor at the Arthur L. Carter Institute at New York University.
She is the author of a book titled "Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World" published in April 2018 by MIT Press, examines the limits of technology in solving social problems. Broussard's writings examine the intersection of technology and social practice. She has been profiled in Communications of the ACM and cited by Christopher Mims of the Wall Street Journal as an expert in the future of self-driving car technology.
Below is a list of Meredith Broussard's publications:
- "Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World" received Positive reviews in The Philadelphia Inquirer,American Scientist, ZDNet, and in the Royal Society of Chemistry's publication, Chemistry World.
- "Broken Technology Hurts Democracy"
- "Challenges of archiving and preserving born-digital news applications"
- "How to Think About Bots"
- "New Airbnb Data Reveals Some Hosts Are Raking In Big Bucks"
- "The Irony of Writing Online About Digital Preservation"
- "The Secret Lives of Hackathon Junkies"
- "When Cops Check Facebook"
- "Big Data in Practice: Enabling Computational Journalism Through Code-Sharing and Reproducible Research Methods"
- "Preserving News Apps Presents Huge Challenges"
- "Why Poor Schools Can't Win at Standardized Testing"
- "Artificial Intelligence for Investigative Reporting"
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