• Patterns of Life: AI and “Actionable Data” in Warfare

    Lucy Suchman talks about increasingly automated surveillance and attack techniques in war zones.

    Do Coercive Reeducation Technologies Actually Work?

    Darren Byler tells a story of the forced reeducation regime in the Uyghur population of China.

    Our Neophobic, Conservative AI Overlords Want Everything to Stay the Same

    Cory Doctorow looks at the reactionary tendencies of modern artificial intelligence and algorithm-based systems.

    Breaking the Frame: The Narratives that Help us Fight Climate Change

    Anjali Vaidya talks lessons and takeaways from the UC Irvine "Fire & Ice" conference.

    Remote but Relevant

    Eric Rignot contributes to the Provocations series in conjunction with UCI's "Fire and Ice: The Shifting Narratives of Climate Change." conference.

    Acclimatizing Conservation

    Alejandro E. Camacho contributes to the Provocations series in conjunction with UCI's "Fire and Ice: The Shifting Narratives of Climate Change." conference.

    Looking Backward, Thinking Forward

    Cathy Whitlock contributes to the Provocations series, in conjunction with UCI’s “Fire and Ice: The Shifting Narratives of Climate Change” conference.