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Algorithmic governmentality: AI and E-government in Ukraine after the 2019 elections

Algorithmic governmentality: AI and E-government in Ukraine after the 2019 elections

Korolkova, Maria ORCID: 0000-0002-1784-3675 (2019) Algorithmic governmentality: AI and E-government in Ukraine after the 2019 elections. Global Information Society Watch 2019. Artificial intelligence: Human rights, social justice and development. Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries (Hivos), pp. 237-240. ISBN 978-9295113121

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Abstract

This chapter investigates the role of AI and IT technology in the election campaign of the newly elected president of Ukraine, giving specific examples of how the AI technology is used in (or is expected to be introduced to) the real life situations, specifically focused on the human rights, social justice and development issues. It evaluates implementation of AI technology in the new vision of the future of the country within this unique context, when the significance of the new technology became a part of the winning presidential campaign and got clear political implications.

Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: This part of a multicomponent output. Output components include: 1. ‘Algorithmic Governmentality: AI and E-Government in Ukraine after the 2019 Elections’, in Global Information Society Watch 2019. Artificial intelligence: Human rights, social justice and development, ed. by Alan Finlay (Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries (Hivos), 2019), pp. 237-240. (C – Chapter in a book). 2. ‘Hromadske TV: A New Kind of Media, a New Form of Accountability’, in Global Information Society Watch 2016: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the Internet, ed. by Alan Finlay (Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries (Hivos), 2016), pp. 242-245. (C – Chapter in a book). 3. ‘Female, Naked, and Right’, in Global Information Society Watch 2015: Sexual Rights in the Internet, ed. by Alan Finlay (Association for Progressive Communications (APC) and Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries (Hivos), 2015), pp. 268–271. (C – Chapter in a book). 4. ‘From Kyborgy to Krymskii most and DAU: Visual language and cultural memory of Russian-Ukrainian Conflict’ (in Russian), International Conference in Languages of Conflict, University of Giessen, Germany, 15-16 April 2019. (E – Conference contribution). (E-conference contribution) 5. Human Rights in Ukraine, Internet Governance Forum, Berlin, Germany, 28 November 2019 (E – Conference contribution). 6. Twitter interview on AI and Human Rights in Europe, 19 November 2019, @makoro_18, #AIandHumanRights, #Europe, #GISWatch. (Interview)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Ukraine, AI, e-government, elections
Faculty / Department / Research Group: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > Department of Creative Professions & Digital Arts
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > Digital Arts Research & Enterprise
Last Modified: 12 Mar 2020 11:27
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: None
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
Selected for GREAT 2019: None
URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/27184

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