Artificial intelligence is portrayed as if it is a self-contained, independent agent with its own will, and it is depicted as a mysterious magical force. Needless to say, these descriptions strip away the development context, deliberately downplay the political-economic struggles behind it, not to mention its specific role in capitalist society.
Rather different from my systematic researches in economic sociology, my politics related works are rather scattered among various fields
Dr. Chow Sung-ming, PhD in sociology, specialised in economic sociology and social history, was lecturer in Hong Kong Polytechnic University, currently relocated to Vancouver, BC.
Contemporary AI, relying on big data and machine learning, appropriates personal data through intelligent surveillance. Computers themselves do not possess any “intelligence”; they simply make use of collective wisdom. This raises fundamental questions about “data ownership”…Mainstream economists have always extolled the virtues of private property rights, so why are they so silent on the issue of data ownership?
These are the very first books, based on social scientific perspective, tackle the wide range of impacts on education, economy,… Read more My books on smart revolution and ChatGPT
I have plenty of experience publishing paper books and have also published electronic books several times, but publishing an NFT… Read more On the publication of book NFT