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Euro-vision, or the Making of the Automated Gaze

How do predictive technologies shape the emergence and evolution of migrant flows, and consequently modes of governance and of seeing?

Euro-vision image5The project aimed to investigate how the gaze offered by the patterns drawn from economic, social and humanitarian data alter their subject of inquiry through detailed capture divided into irreducible parts, and the production of analysis tools based on machine learning (statistical models). In turn, this pattern recognition affords remote control and execution upon migrant bodies by performing modes of (bio)power, helping formulate and endorse novel research, structuring international stewardship, and the administration of human rights. 






Euro-vision, or the Making of the Automated Gaze  was a collaboration between King's College London's Department of Digital Humanities and artist duo FRAUD, brokered and supported by the university's Culture team in partnership with Somerset House Studios.

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