Offscreen is an independent print magazine that explores critical perspectives on technology through earnest conversations. As a slow, thoughtful counterbalance to the fast-paced, buzzword-heavy tech coverage online, our publication examines how we shape technology and how technology shapes us.
In this issue:
- Ali Alkhatib - Algorithmic injustice: the expert on human-computer interaction exposes the biases deeply rooted to Big Tech AIs.
- Jutta Treviranus - The inclusive design visionary on why diversity is our greatest asset and inclusion is our greatest challenge.
- Xiaowei Wang - ‘Modernity gone off the rails’: making sense of the intertwined systems connecting Shenzhen and Silicon Valley.
- Jillian C. York - The free speech writer and activist grapples with the impossible problem of moderating the world’s speech.
Melbourne, Australia; 160x220mm; 128 pages