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The CSCW community has long discussed the ethics and politics of socio-technical systems and how they become embedded in society and public policy. In light of the Black LivesMatter protests and Hong Kong protests, technologies such as facial recognition and contact tracing have re-invigorated conversations about the ethical and social responsibility of tech corporations tech workers, and academics in science and technology. The goal of this workshop is to move beyond a call for the usual suspects of participatory design and human-centered design by committing to concrete steps to transform society through advocacy and activism.
Saxena, Devansh, Erhardt Graeff, Shion Guha, EunJeong Cheon, Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, Dawn Walker, Christoph Becker, and Kenneth R. Fleischmann. "Collective Organizing and Social Responsibility at CSCW." In Conference Companion Publication of the 2020 on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, pp. 503-509. 2020.