Computational Grammars: Face, Race, and “Difference”

Professor Ramon Amaro, Professor Zach Blas, and Professor Ezekiel Dixon-Román discuss their research on biometric framing analytics



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 countertactics. 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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Nov 19 2021


4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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