Fast Capitalism

Journal devoted to analyzing the impact of information and communication technologies on self, society and culture in the 21st century. Bridges the social sciences and the humanities. Welcomes disciplinary and interdisciplinary work.



CFP: 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. 
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Vol 18, No 1 (2021): Fast Capitalism 18.1

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