Brought to you by Good Systems' Critical Surveillance Inquiry Research Focus Area, this panel brings together researchers, artists, and technologists that examine the social and ethical implications of surveillance technologies, both AI-enabled and not. From policing, drones, and the US-Mexico border, to gentrification, evictions, and data collection, this conversation will explore critical inquiry, innovations, and inventive approaches to imagining life beyond the surveillance state.
Tanya Clement (Associate Professor, English)
Simone Browne (Associate Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies)
Iván Chaar-Lopez (Assistant Professor, American Studies)
Sam Lavigne (Assistant Professor, School of Design and Creative Technologies)
Erin McElroy (Postdoctoral Researcher, New York University, AI Now Institute)