[Series] What is woke? 4. The decline
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[Series] What is woke? 2. The Origins
[Series] What is woke? 1. Editorial
Twitch Art: why artists film themselves at work and why we watch them
How to regain control over the algo: from user tips to algorithmic utopia
Why do we love and share so many memes about the days of the week?
Who benefits from NFTs?
Old Meme Archive: why memestalgia is so successful
FAIR: intellectuals critical of wokism launch a foundation to fight ‘neo-racism’
TikTok, towards a gestural web?
On YouTube, the success of Merve’s study sessions
A crypto-art of “Nyan Cat” sold for the equivalent of almost 400,000 euros
How virtual fireplaces entered our daily lives
How to explain the failure of voice tweets
Anonymous disclosure and expeditious dismissal: something rotten in the realm of youth literature
From Pepper Spray Cop to Karen, the activist meme
“Baby daikon radish in tutu walks dog”: new AI creates images from simple text description
Surveillance: is combating facial recognition racism a trap to impose it?
Racist video, revenge and shattered lives: a textbook case of “cancel culture” in an American high school
“Neìgè” in Chinese: the unlikely story of a homophone aggression
“Mean Tweets”: did we need to exploit online hate to laugh about it?
Virtual reality: why our body motions are also personal data to be protected
From the Spartacus technique to dazzling lasers, how to outsmart facial recognition
Better understanding of the concept of Microaggressions
“Mulan”, or Disney’s hypocritical compromise with China
Suzanne Moore, the disliked ex-witch of the “Guardian”
A new algorithm capable of anticipating the movements of soldiers
When you find out you’ve been a meme for years
Facial recognition and racist algorithm in schools: costly fiasco in New York state
“Connected” Christmas gifts: cool or creepy?
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