The paper focuses victimological dimension of social transformations connected to artificial intelligence algorithms technology particularly in the field of driverless vehicles, whose socio-economic impact has been evaluated enormous. Two victimological dimensions are examined: Harari’s hypothesis of “useless” class as consequence of automation based on algorithms structuring a victimizing mass vulnerability and politics of legitimate victimization due to implementation of different moral frameworks in automated vehicles algorithms relative to situations of unavoidable accidents.

A Contemporary Victimological Dimension of Technology: Algorithmic Society and Politics of Legitimate Victimization

Armando Saponaro
2022

Abstract

The paper focuses victimological dimension of social transformations connected to artificial intelligence algorithms technology particularly in the field of driverless vehicles, whose socio-economic impact has been evaluated enormous. Two victimological dimensions are examined: Harari’s hypothesis of “useless” class as consequence of automation based on algorithms structuring a victimizing mass vulnerability and politics of legitimate victimization due to implementation of different moral frameworks in automated vehicles algorithms relative to situations of unavoidable accidents.
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/11586/401911
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