On Tue, Mar 15, 2022 at 2:17 PM Jeremy Hunsinger <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Deadline extended to March 30, please note that the OJS publisher
> requires authors to be approved before they submit, so it is a
> two-stage process, once you create an account please e-mail me, and
> I'll get your account approved.  Thanks!
> CFP Special issue of Fastcapitalism
> Academic Automation, Machine Un/Learning and Artificial Non/Intelligences,
> Over the last 70 years, computational and networked media have become
> deeply integrated with higher education and have slowly adopted and
> integrated various technologies. The newest generation of technologies
> engaging higher education centers around what is popularly called
> artificial intelligence, otherwise known as machine learning. Machine
> learning creates models that self-design solutions that may include
> interaction, prediction, and other simulatable aspects. In other
> words, it is an attempt to automate certain processes. This special
> issue invites papers that engage with technological automation,
> machine un/learning, and artificial non/intelligence in the academic
> context. It seeks critical papers that examine questions around
> automatic grading, artificial teaching assistants, robotic
> instructors, other educational technologies, and the transformation of
> the student and professor roles concerning these technologies.
> This call for papers also seeks papers that engage these technologies
> in other academic roles, such as research or service. How are these
> technologies mediating different academic functions? Who benefits from
> these technologies? And who is privileged by them? How will these
> technologies change undergraduate education or graduate education?
> It asks authors to consider the roles of craft, artistry, and humanity
> in those roles. Is there an argument to be made for automation in the
> academy? Is there an argument to be made for AI/Machine learning in
> the academy? What kind of relations do these establish? Following Ivan
> Illich, should we rethink our relations to develop tools and systems
> that treat us as human, perhaps even more human than our current
> system? Following Virilio, what will be their accident?
> Papers should be 3000-8000 words, following the Fastcapitalism author
> guidelines:
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> Papers are due by March 30
> Papers will undergo review with the intent to publish before September.
> Please contact Special Issue Editor Jeremy Hunsinger [log in to unmask]
> if you have questions
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> Jeremy Hunsinger
> Associate Professor
> Communication Studies
> Wilfrid Laurier University

Jeremy Hunsinger
Associate Professor
Communication Studies
Wilfrid Laurier University

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