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