Maria Rogg, a PhD candidate in MCS, researches the ethical limits and potentials of biometric AI through biohacking as an existential media practice. She is part of the project “BioMe: Existential Challenges and Ethical Imperatives of Biometric AI in Everyday Lifeworlds” funded by WASP-HS. In her study “Twists of the Smart Body. Biohacking as existential practice” Maria traces how biohackers twist biometrics to intervene alternative AI futures, based on a collaborative design ethnography.
Keywords: design anthropology ethics artifical intelligence existential media studies embodiment biohacking datafication feminist new materialisms critical data studies
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