Continuous Subject-in-the-Loop Integration: Centering AI on Marginalized Communities

11/30/2020
by   Francois Roewer-Despres, et al.
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Despite its utopian promises as a disruptive equalizer, AI - like most tools deployed under the guise of neutrality - has tended to simply reinforce existing social structures. To counter this trend, radical AI calls for centering on the marginalized. We argue that gaps in key infrastructure are preventing the widespread adoption of radical AI, and propose a guiding principle for both identifying these infrastructure gaps and evaluating whether proposals for new infrastructure effectively center marginalized voices.

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