AI can contribute to communication bubbles, systematic misinformation and polarization. In that way, AI affects and may damage democratic decision-making dynamics.
AI systems could affect patterns of inequality in a whole range of ways. A central worry is that AI systems blindly reproduce unequal historical patterns in social interaction.
AI has broad implications for social life and politics. It is essential to understand better how and by whom it is governed, and why so.
As more and more people consume cultural content through digital portals (Netflix, Spotify, etc.), their consumption patterns are shaped by the choices that AI systems make for them.
Around the world, authorities monitor citizen behavior in public spaces with AI-driven camera surveillance. These monitoring systems tend to form part of oppressive state policies towards citizens, but also provide unique opportunities to understand and explain real-life behavior.
Complicated AI-human interactions can change the experience of work. To cope with these changes, employees need to continuously adapt and learn new skills to use AI technology in their daily work routines.