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What impact will artificial intelligence (AI) have on media, arts and design? Which case studies already exist? What examples are to be found in the past? And how will the […]
Our faculty in the MIT Faculty Newsletter: “Each of us, separately and together, can continue to fight for justice.”
An article by Justin Reich
“Adequately supporting diverse students will require more than a light-touch intervention.”
Even during this era’s fight to defend facts, there is still “an unprovable but real connection between all living things.”
“It turns out that stress, uncertainty, fear, confinement, isolation and discomfort still, after centuries of human suffering, lead writers to write.”
Thesis by Judy Heflin S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2020
This thesis focuses on contemporary AI-generated literature that has been traditionally published in the form of a printed book.
Thesis by Iago Bojczuk S.M., Comparative Media Studies, 2020
Media Cartographies of Broadband Access in Brazil: The Case of the Geostationary Defense and Strategic Communications Satellite (SGDC-1) and Rural Schools
“Through a critical media studies approach, I describe how the satellite’s sociotechnical relations reveal what remains largely obscure to Brazilian publics.”