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The De Gruyter Handbook of Automated Futures is grounded in a pedagogy that integrates perspectives at both philosophical and practical levels – from the understanding of automated futures to the development of skills and value judgments.
The De Gruyter Handbook of Automated Futures is a comprehensive guide to imaginaries and interactions with automation technologies that cuts across different fields and disciplines, along with critical explorations of their potential impact.
The De Gruyter Handbook of Automated Futures demonstrates how co-learning and co-creation can be staged and analysed with people and stakeholders to engage in new and alternate modes of research.
Editors: Vaike Fors and Martin Berg. Assistant editor: Meike Brodersen