Joy Lisi Rankin

Joy Lisi Rankin leads the research program in Gender, Race, and Power in Artificial Intelligence at the AI Now Institute at New York University. She was a Contributing Editor for Lady Science and a consultant for the television show Girls Code and the documentaries The Birth of BASIC and The Queen of Code. She worked at the intersection of technology and education for over a decade. Her website is joyrankin.com.

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Cover: A People’s History of Computing in the United StatesA People’s History of Computing in the United StatesRankin, Joy LisiHARDCOVER10/08/2018$29.95
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