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The Impact of Men’s Domination of AI and Deepfake Technology: Violations of Women, Girls, and Democracy in a Digital Age

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Publication date27/02/2024
Medium of outputOnline
<mark>Original language</mark>English


In the ever-changing landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI), discussions frequently revolve around innovation, efficiency, and forward progress. Where concerns about AI are expressed, they tend to focus on the futuristic existential threat of machines taking control of humans. However, amidst the whirlwind of advancements in AI and deepfake technology, there is a crucial part of the story that is often neglected: the overwhelming influence and power of men and masculinities in these spaces, and how this affects the safety of women and girls in the digital world. The dominance of men and masculinities within these organizational structures and ways of organizing is not a new topic, but its relevance remains indisputable and becomes more pressing every day.