Chantelle Gray is a contemporary Continental philosopher whose interests span critical algorithm studies, queer theory, experimental music studies, cognitive studies, decolonisation, environmental studies, animal liberation, anarchism and Continental philosophy, especially the work of Deleuze and Guattari.
The interdisciplinary nature of her work allows her to ask critical questions about how to take care of humans, technologies and ecologies in the digital age. By intersecting philosophical and other studies on algorithms, societies and environments, her work draws out myriad transversal lines, including race, gender, cultural politics, algorithmic violence and their attendant ethical implications.
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