Computational Grammars: Face, Race, and “Difference”

Computational Grammars: Face, Race, and “Difference”

19 November 2021

Toronto Film and Media Seminar, Toronto, Canada | Website

The growing ubiquity of facial recognition technologies and their widespread management, from predictive policing to parasitic governance to border security and beyond demands intervening knowledge and counter-tactics.  Please join Ramon Amaro (University College, London, UK), Zach Blas (University of Toronto, Canada), and Ezekiel Dixon-Román (University of Pennsylvania, U.S.) for a discussion of their generative research on normative ocular regimes, algorithmic architectures, and biometric framing analytics that conjoin “difference” and the face.


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