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Living with Monsters?
Ulrike Schultze, Margunn Aanestad, Magnus Mähring, Carsten Østerlund, Kai Riemer
Front Matter

Setting the Stage


Living with Monsters?
Margunn Aanestad, Magnus Mӓhring, Carsten Østerlund, Kai Riemer, Ulrike Schultze
3-12
Frankenstein’s Problem
Lucy Suchman
13-18
We Have Been Assimilated: Some Principles for Thinking About Algorithmic Systems
Paul Edwards
19-27

Social Implications of Algorithmic Phenomena


Algorithmic Pollution: Understanding and Responding to Negative Consequences of Algorithmic Decision-Making
Olivera Marjanovic, Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic, Richard Vidgen
31-47
Quantifying Quality: Towards a Post-humanist Perspective on Sensemaking
Eric Monteiro, Thomas Østerlie, Elena Parmiggiani, Marius Mikalsen
48-63
Understanding the Impact of Transparency on Algorithmic Decision Making Legitimacy
David Goad, Uri Gal
64-79
Advancing to the Next Level: Caring for Evaluative Metrics Monsters in Academia and Healthcare
Iris Wallenburg, Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner, Björn Hammarfelt, Sarah Rijcke, Roland Bal
80-95
Hotspots and Blind Spots
Lauren Waardenburg, Anastasia Sergeeva, Marleen Huysman
96-109
Objects, Metrics and Practices: An Inquiry into the Programmatic Advertising Ecosystem
Cristina Alaimo, Jannis Kallinikos
110-123

Hybrid Agency and the Performativity of Technology


Re-figuring Gilbert the Drone
Mads Bødker, Stefan Olofsson, Torkil Clemmensen
127-139
Making a Difference in ICT Research: Feminist Theorization of Sociomateriality and the Diffraction Methodology
Amany Elbanna
140-155

Living with Monsters


Thinking with Monsters
Dirk Hovorka, Sandra Peter
159-176
A Bestiary of Digital Monsters
Rachel Douglas-Jones, John Burnett, Marisa Cohn, Christopher Gad, Michael Hockenhull, Bastian Jørgensen, James Maguire, Mace Ojala, Brit Winthereik
177-190
Frankenstein’s Monster as Mythical Mattering: Rethinking the Creator-Creation Technology Relationship
Natalie Hardwicke
191-197

 


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