Alex Rosenblat

Technology Ethnographer, Researcher, Author, Data & Society Research Institute

Alex Rosenblat is a technology ethnographer. A researcher at the Data & Society Research Institute, and author of the new book, Uberland: How Algorithms are Rewriting the Rules of Work (University of California Press.) She holds an MA in sociology from Queen’s University and a BA in history from McGill University. Rosenblat’s writing has appeared in media outlets such as the New York Times, Harvard Business Review, the Atlantic, Slate, and Fast Company. Her research has received attention worldwide and has been covered in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, MIT Technology Review, WIRED, New Scientist, and the Guardian. Many scholarly and professional publications have also published her prizewinning work, including the International Journal of Communications and the Columbia Law Review.

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Alex Rosenblat is a technology ethnographer. A researcher at the Data & Society Research Institute, and author of the new book, Uberland: How Algorithms are Rewriting the Rules of Work (University of California Press.) She holds an MA in sociology from Queen’s University and a BA in history from McGillRead More

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