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We are surrounded by complex things that affect us but which remain concealed behind interfaces. Examples of such black boxes are diverse: smart watches, artificial intelligence, complex software, and gene-editing technology. This interdisciplinary volume explores case examples of black boxes using theoretical analytic tools, looks at the ways they are sealed, and presents attempts to disclose their contents.
Eckhard Geitz, Universität Freiburg; Christian Vater, KIT, Karlsruhe/Universität Heidelberg; Silke Zimmer-Merkle, KIT, Karlsruhe.
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