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Why drones often aren’t the solution to developing-world problems

A critical theorist tells us how studying drones lets her better understand how technology and society shape one another.
by Konstantin Kakaes

New technologies are never introduced into a vacuum. They emerge into a social, economic, and political setting and influence it in their turn. Katherine Chandler, a professor in the culture and politics program at Georgetown University, is researching drones in Africa as a study of how technology and society change together. We recently spoke with Chandler about her project.


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