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Social and Cultural Studies of AI and Robotics is an exciting and innovative book series that expands the debates about robotics and artificial intelligence, exploring the pressing concerns about its social and cultural impacts. From the restructuring of work to the automation of historical inequities to the concentration of wealth and power of Big Tech to the founding myths and fictions of AI to its environmental impact, this series welcomes contributions from humanities and social science researchers working at the intersection of technology and humanity.

Series Editors:

  • Kathleen Richardson, Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI and Director of Women, Ethics, Robots, AI and Data Research Group, De Montfort University, Leicester University, UK
  • Teresa Heffernan, Professor of English and Literature, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, NS, Canada