Data that Matter: On Metaphors of Obfuscation, Thinking ‘the Digital’ as Material and Posthuman Cooperation with AI

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This article argues that ‘the digital’ and ‘big data’ are metaphors of obfuscation, which are used to screen the real effects of technologies on lived experiences and the planet. Now that technolog...

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