Author Archives: Angelina Chamuah

Angelina Chamuah is an independent researcher. Her research is situated at the crossroads of artificial intelligence, philosophy of technology, and science and technology studies; she conducts research on the social, cultural, and political dimensions of AI-based technosolutions.

AI, Climate Adaptation, and Epistemic Injustice

Amid global climate impacts, vulnerable communities—including indigenous peoples, farmers, fisherfolk, ​​and low-income groups—are frequently expected to adapt, change, and build resilience to uncertain climatic futures. ​​Under these changing conditions, what knowledge practices and frameworks should guide the decision-making of vulnerable communities in addressing climate challenges? What knowledge sources and perspectives should be considered when developing resilience policies and plans, from the supranational to the local level? (read more...)