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Histories of Artificial Intelligence: A Genealogy of Power


Sarah Dillon is Reader in Literature and the Public Humanities in the Faculty of English (Professor from 1st October), and co-Principal Investigator of the Histories of AI Mellon Sawyer Seminar. She has authored Storylistening: Narrative Evidence and Public Reasoning (2021, with Claire Craig), Deconstruction, Feminism, Film (2018), and The Palimpsest: Literature, Criticism, Theory (2007), and edited AI Narratives: A History of Imaginative Thinking About Intelligent Machines (2020, co-ed), Maggie Gee: Critical Essays (2015, co-ed), and David Mitchell: Critical Essays (2011). She has also published the reports Portrayals and Perceptions of AI and Why They Matter, and AI and Gender.

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