Mirror with a Memory: Photography, Surveillance, Artificial Intelligence (Paperback)

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By Dan Leers, Dan Leers (Editor), Taylor Fisch (Editor)
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The complicity of the image: photography at the intersection of police surveillance, corporate/state control and artificial intelligence

How are images being utilized to gather data on our daily activities? With the development and advancement of artificial intelligence, there has been a radical change in the way surveillance systems capture, categorize and synthesize photographs. Mirror with a Memory explores the intersection between AI, photography and surveillance--its past, present and future--to underscore concerns about implicit bias, right to privacy and police monitoring embedded in corporate, military and law enforcement applications.

Contributors include: Zach Blas, Simone Brown, Joy Buolamwini, Oliver Chanarin, Adrian Chen, Harun Farocki, Forensic Architecture, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Trevor Paglen, Martha Rosler and Martine Syms.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780880390668
ISBN-10: 0880390662
Publisher: Carnegie Museum of Art
Publication Date: March 16th, 2021
Pages: 370
Language: English