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13th ACM Web Science Conference 2021
Traditional methods to study visual politics have been limited in geographical, media and temporal coverage. Recent advances in deep learning have the potential to dramatically extend the scope of the field especially with respect to making sense of the contemporary social and political developments in digital media. While some early adopters may be tempted to take the new computational tools at face value, others see their black-box character as cause for concern. This paper argues that thedoi:10.1145/3447535.3462511 fatcat:paay5vpv35ggnoo347njhw3ciu