In the FAIR Nucleus, instead of adopting a celebratory or fatalistic view of future AI scenarios, we seek to understand and anticipate the transformations and impacts of these technologies, recognizing their potential benefits and identifying their ethical limits. We focus on addressing the social, cultural and environmental challenges of AI in Chile and Latin America, considering not only the technological progress it enables, but also its contexts of use and the instabilities it generates on life on the planet.

To promote the design of ethical futures we will produce conceptual frameworks that contribute to the development of public policies consistent with the rights and freedoms of the living, recognizing the interdependence of AI with communities and territories.

We will create open spaces for collaboration, learning and experimentation in cutting-edge areas that foster research in dialogue with the humanities, arts, social sciences and computer science. We will promote the production of alternative, critical and situated practices of young researchers. In Núcleo FAIR we aspire to form a network of exchange between local and international communities from a Latin American perspective, experimental and in connection with the territory.

Investigadores

Martin Tironi Rodó

Martin Tironi Rodó

Director / martin.tironi@uc.cl PhD at Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation (CSI) Master at Paris Descartes Fellowship at Centre for Invention and Social Process of Goldsmiths, University of London [ bio ] Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s sociologist. His academic interests are related to...

Jhoerson Yagmour – ENG

Jhoerson Yagmour – ENG

PhD in Literature at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. His work focuses on the study of the problem of time in art, especially in Latin American digital literature. He is interested in the relationship between art and chronopolitics in contemporary digital culture....

Researchers

Jhoerson Yagmour – ENG

Jhoerson Yagmour – ENG

Investigador joven prueba

PhD in Literature at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. His work focuses on the study of the problem of time in art, especially in Latin American digital literature. He is interested in the relationship between art and chronopolitics in contemporary digital culture.

Martin Tironi Rodó

Martin Tironi Rodó

Director

Director / martin.tironi@uc.cl

  • PhD at Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation (CSI)
  • Master at Paris Descartes
  • Fellowship at Centre for Invention and Social Process of Goldsmiths, University of London

[ bio ]

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile’s sociologist. His academic interests are related to walkability and sustainable mobility, digital technologies, Smart cities, design anthropology, and maintenance and reparation practices.

He is currently director of the UC School of Design and associate researcher at the Center for Sustainable Urban Development (CEDEUS). He has been responsible for projects on digital datification processes and is currently involved in the project “Algorithmic Identities: Issues and reactions to digital data collection and algorithmic inferences in everyday life”, in collaboration with the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methods at the University of Warwick