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Histories of Artificial Intelligence: A Genealogy of Power


Dr Jun-E Tan is an independent researcher based in Malaysia, with her research interests broadly anchored in the areas of sustainable development, human rights, and digital communication. Her current focus is on artificial intelligence and human rights impacts within the context of Southeast Asia. Jun-E's newest paper, 'Digital Rights in Southeast Asia: Conceptual Framework and Movement Building', was published in December 2019 by SHAPE-SEA in an open access book titled Exploring the Nexus Between Technologies and Human Rights: Opportunities and Challenges in Southeast Asia. More information on her research and projects can be found on her website.

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