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University of Notre Dame

Actor

Actor Type

Researcher

Justice Area(s)

Economic Justice

Environmental Justice

Gender Justice

Racial Justice

AI Impact(s)

Bias and Discrimination

Economic Harm and Inequity

Environmental Destruction and Climate Change

Exploitation of Workers

Surveillance

Location(s)

Americas

Brazil

United States

Dr. Luis Felipe R. Murillo is assistant professor in anthropology at University of Notre Dame. His work examines practices of collaboration in moral economies of computing. Across several research projects within and beyond the Global North, Dr. Murillo's work investigates how social movements and science and technology experts design and implement open technologies as responses to pressing social, political, and environmental issues.

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