👓 The Google Arts & Culture App and the Rise of the “Coded Gaze” | The New Yorker

Read The Google Arts & Culture App and the Rise of the “Coded Gaze” by Adrian ChenAdrian Chen (The New Yorker)
Adrian Chen writes about the Google Arts & Culture app’s facial-recognition algorithm and how it relates to the ideas of John Berger and Joy Buolamwini.

A more subtle take on the Google Arts & Culture App than I’m seeing everywhere else.

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