Research projects 2024-2025

AI in the Street (BRAID/UKRI) with Dr. Louise Hickman (Cambridge), PI: Prof Noortje Marres (Warwick); Dr Alex Taylor (Edinburgh)

Decision-making with AI in connected places and cities (AI@Cam, University of Cambridge, UK) PI: Prof Jennifer Schooling; Dr Kwadwo Oti-Sarpong.


Hollanek, T and Ganesh, MI (Forthcoming Summer 2024) Easy wins and low hanging fruit: Blueprints, toolkits, and playbooks to advance diversity and inclusion in AI in J Neves and M Steinberg (Eds) In/convenient Media, Institute for Network Culture, Amsterdam.

Ganesh, MI (Forthcoming 2024) Epistemic infrastructures in moral decision making in the ‘ethics of autonomous driving’ in Borch, Christian, and Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Sociology of Machine Learning (online edn, Oxford Academic, 20 Nov. 2023),

Ganesh, MI (Forthcoming 2024) The criminal gaze and surveyed thought in The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Visual Culture.

Ganesh, MI (2023) The ethical apparatus: The material-discursive shaping of ethics, autonomy, and the driverless car. Leuphana University Lüneburg. Published doctoral thesis. 

Ganesh, MI and Nyrup, R (2022) Cultural work in ‘AI Ethics and Society’ pedagogy: Some early reflections (link to PDF of paper) At the AI Cultures workshop, Neurips 2022.

Ganesh MI (2022) What is the autonomous vehicle? In Proof of Stake: Claims to Technology. A Book of Organizational Objects by Timon Beyes, Robin Holt, and Claus Pias (Eds) Oxford: Oxford University. Available here.

Ganesh, MI (2022) Between metaphor and meaning: AI and being human. Interactions 29, 5 (September – October 2022), 58–62.

Ganesh MI & Moss E (2022). Resistance and refusal to algorithmic harms: Varieties of ‘knowledge projects.’ Media International Australia.

Talat, Z, Blix, H, Valvoda, J, Ganesh, MI, Cotterell, R,  Williams, A (2022) A word on machine ethics. A response to Jiang et al. (2021).  A rebuttal to Delphi, a natural language processing project to model abilities and limitations of automated moral decision-making.

Ganesh, MI (2020) The ironies of autonomy. Humanit Soc Sci Commun 7, 157 (2020).

Ganesh MI Dechesne F,  Waseem Z (2020) Two computer scientists and a cultural scientist get hit by a driver-less car: A method for situating knowledge in the cross-disciplinary study of F-A-T in machine learning. Conference Proceedings: ACMFAT* ’20: ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency, January 27-30, 2020, Barcelona, Spain. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1 page. (Translation tutorial)

Ganesh MI (2019) The difference that difference makes,  a comment on C. Ernst, J. Schröter, and A. Sudmann, ‘AI and the Imagination to Overcome Difference’,  in Spheres: The Spectre of AI, Issue #5. Leuphana University. (Journal comment + guest editing)

Ganesh MI (2017) Entanglement: Machine Learning and Human Ethics in Driverless Car Crashes In APRJA:Machine Research, Vol 6, Issue 1, 2017. CU Andersen & G Cox (Eds). ISSN 2245-7755

Ganesh, MI, Deutsch, J., Schulte, J  (2016) Privacy, visibility, anonymity: Dilemmas in tech use by marginalised communities. Making All Voices Count (Eds) Brighton. IDS.

Ganesh MI (2011) Pulp Frictions In Law Like Love: Queer Perspectives on the Law, A Narrain & A Gupta (Eds) , New Delhi, Yoda.

Bhattacharjya M, Ganesh MI  (2011) Negotiating intimacy and harm: female internet users in Mumbai, India In Erotics: Sex, rights and the internet.  J SM Kee, K Fialova, CG Ramilo (Eds) for the Women’s Rights Program, Association for Progressive Communications.