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Key references for Automating Vision

This is a shortened list of key sources of scholarship, methods and information that has informed our work in Automating Vision. It's partial - there are so many more we could include here - and does not include the technical papers and computer science papers, or the journalistic investigations, that we cite and use in the book. As an evolving field, this list captures some of the baseline papers, books, chapters and reports that offer insights into the human and social dimensions of machine vision and the new forms of visuality it generates.

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