Algorithmic Reproductive Justice

Fledderjohann, Jasmine and Knowles, Bran and Miller, Esmorie (2024) Algorithmic Reproductive Justice. In: FAccT '24: Proceedings of the 2024 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency :. ACM, BRA, pp. 254-266. ISBN 9798400704505

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Abstract

Reproductive justice is an intersectional feminist framework and movement which argues all people have the right to have a child, to not have a child, to parent in safe and healthy environments, and to own their bodies and control their futures. We identify increasing surveillance, assessing worth, datafication and monetisation, and decimating planetary health as forms of structural violence associated with emerging digital technologies. These trends are implicated in the (re)production of inequities, creating barriers to the realisation of reproductive justice.We call for algorithmic reproductive justice, and highlight the potential for both acts of resistance and industry reform to advance that aim.

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04 Jun 2024 16:20
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