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Message posted on 22/01/2021

Opportunity to Review How Humans Judge Machines, MIT Press for ST&S

Good Morning,

There is an opportunity to review for ST&S the following book:

HOW HUMANS JUDGE MACHINES, MIT PRESS How would you feel about losing your job to a machine? How about a
tsunami alert system that fails? Would you react differently to acts
of discrimination depending on whether they were carried out by a
machine or by a human? What about public surveillance? /How Humans
Judge Machines/ compares people's reactions to actions performed by
humans and machines. Using data collected in dozens of experiments,
this book reveals the biases that permeate human-machine interactions.
Are there conditions in which we judge machines unfairly?   You can learn more about
this book here:

If anyone is interested, please contact me at 

Best regards

Vincenzo  -- Vincenzo Pavone Permanent Research Fellow. Institute of Public Goods and Policies (IPP) Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) Calle Albasanz 26-28 Tel. 0034916022351 28037 Madrid SPAIN Bioeconomies book available at:

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