In fall 2022, I ran a reading group with Elizabeth Bondi-Kelly on participatory human-AI systems. This is that reading list!
What is participation? What is AI?
- Birhane et al. (2020), “Power to the People? Opportunities and Challenges for Participatory AI”
- Klein and D’Ignazio (2020), “The Power Chapter,” Data Feminism
- Ethical Tech Working Group: Ramak Molavi (Mozilla, The Law Technologist) on meaningful AI transparency
Fairness and equity
- Fish and Stark (2022), “It's Not Fairness, and It's Not Fair: The Failure of Distributional Equality and the Promise of Relational Equality in Complete-Information Hiring Games”
- Katell et al. (2020), “Toward Situated Interventions for Algorithmic Equity: Lessons from the Field”
- Ethical Tech Working Group: Bobi Rakova (Mozilla Fellow and ex-BKC Assembly) on friction in AI
Participatory ML workshop
- For this session, there are no specific papers assigned for discussion. Feel free to choose at least 2 papers to read.
- Participatory Approaches to Machine Learning workshop (ICML 2020)
- Ethical Tech Working Group: Témi Popo (Mozilla) on practitioner best practices for AI development and deployment
Smart cities and public planning
- Nisar et al. (2022), “Algorithmic Rural Road Planning in India: Constrained Capacities and Choices in Public Sector”
- Green (2019), “Chapter 1: The Smart City: A New Era on the Horizon,” The Smart Enough City
Governance and democracy
- Evéquoz et al. (2022), “Diverse Representation via Computational Participatory Elections - Lessons from a Case Study”
- Green (2019), “Chapter 3: The Democratic City: The Social Determinants of Technology’s Impacts,” The Smart Enough City
- Ethical Tech Working Group: Aviv Ovadya on Platform Democracy
Algorithmic auditing and datasets
- Raji and Buolamwini (2019), “Actionable Auditing: Investigating the Impact of Publicly Naming Biased Performance Results of Commercial AI Products”
- Costanza-Chock (2020), “Directions for Future Work: From #TechWontBuildIt to #DesignJustice,” Design Justice