Louise Amoore

Professor at Durham University, where she researches and teaches in the areas of global geopolitics and security. She has particular interests in how contemporary forms of data, analytics and risk management are changing the techniques of border control and security. Recent publications include The Politics of Possibility (2013) and Algorithmic Life (2015). Her book Cloud Ethics is forthcoming.


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The politics of artificial intelligence

An interview with Louise Amoore

Artificial intelligence and its deployment in settings as diverse as commerce, policing, politics and warfare requires that we rethink our understanding of human agency, argues political geographer Louise Amoore. AI amplifies longstanding prejudices circumscribing access to the political public sphere and is changing our relations to ourselves and others.