Timnit Gebru, Jamie Morgenstern, Briana Vecchione, Jennifer Wortman Vaughan, Hanna Wallach, Hal Daumeé III, Kate Crawford, 2018 'Datasheets for Datasets', Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning, Stockholm, Sweden, PMLR 80, 2018.
Matthew Zook, Solon Barocas, danah boyd, Kate Crawford, Emily Keller, Seeta Gangadharan, 2017 'Ten simple rules for responsible big data research', PLoS Computational Biology, 13(3): e1005399. doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005399
Kate Crawford, Meredith Whittaker, Madeleine Clare Elish, Solon Barocas, Aaron Plasek, Kadija Ferryman, 2016 'The AI Now Report: The Social and Economic Implications of Artificial Intelligence.' Tabled with the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy for their Future of Artificial Intelligence Series. 25pp. https://artificialintelligencenow.com/media/documents/AINowSummaryReport_3.pdf
Sarah Bird, Solon Barocas, Kate Crawford, Fernando Diaz and Hanna Wallach, 2016 'Exploring or Exploiting? Social and Ethical Implications of Autonomous Experimentation in AI', Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency in Machine Learning (FAT-ML), New York University. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2846909
Mike Ananny and Kate Crawford, 2016 'Seeing without knowing: Limitations of the transparency ideal and its application to algorithmic accountability', New Media & Society, doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444816676645i
Ifeoma Ajunwa, Kate Crawford and Joel Ford, 2016 'Health and BigData: An Ethical Framework for Health Information Collection By Corporate Wellness Programs,' Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, 44(2016).
Kate Crawford and Catharine Lumby, 2013 'Networks of Governance: Users, Platforms, and the Challenge of Networked Media Regulation', International Journal of Technology Policy and Law, Vol. 2, No. 1. http://ssrn.com/abstract=2246772
Clifton Evers, Kath Albury, Paul Byron and Kate Crawford, 2013 'Young People, Social Media, Social Network Sites and Sexual Health Communication in Australia: "This is Funny, You Should Watch It"', International Journal of Communication 7, pp 263-280. http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1106/853
Kath Albury and Kate Crawford, 2012 'Sexting, Consent and Young People's Ethics: Beyond 'Megan's Story', Continuum, 26: 3, pp 463-473. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2009. 'These Foolish Things: On Intimacy and Insignificance in Mobile Media.' In Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media, edited by Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth, 252-265. New York: Routledge.
Kate Crawford, 2010.'What's Happening? Banality and Intimacy in Mobile and Social Media', in Humanities Australia, Issue 1, pp 64-71. [pdf]
Kate Crawford and Gerard Goggin, 2010. 'Moveable Types: The Emergence of Mobile Social Media in Australia, in Media Asia Journal, Vol. 37 No 4, pp 224-231. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2009. 'Emergency Environmentalism: On Fear, Lifestyle Politics and Subjectivity, Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities, Vol. 14, 2, pp 29-35. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2006. 'Control-Shift: Censorship and the Internet', in Catharine Lumby and Elspeth Probyn (eds.) Remote Control: New Media, New Ethics. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. [pdf]
Listening and networked technology
Kate Crawford, 2012. 'Four ways of Listening to an iPhone: From Sound and Network Listening to Biometric Data and Geolocative Tracking', in Studying Mobile Media: Cultural Technologies, Mobile Communication, and the iPhone, edited by Larissa Hjorth, Ingrid Richardson and Jean Burgess. London and New York: Routledge. pp 213-239. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, reprint 2012 'Following You: Disciplines of Listening in Social Media', in The Sound Studies Reader, ed. Jonathan Sterne. Routledge: New York, pp 79-88.
Kate Crawford, 2011. 'Listening, not Lurking: The Neglected Form of Participation', in Cultures of Participation, edited by Hajo Grief, Larissa Hjorth, and Amparo Lasén. Peter Lang: Berlin pp 63-77. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2010. 'News To Me: Twitter and the Personal Networking of News', in News Online, edited by Graham Meikle and Guy Redden, 135-156. London: Palgrave. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2010. 'Noise, Now: Listening to Networks,' in Meanjin, Vol. 69, No. 2, June, pp 64-69.
Kate Crawford and Gerard Goggin, 2010. 'Generation Disconnections: Youth Culture & Mobile Media', in Mobile Communication: Bringing Us Together or Tearing Us Apart?, edited by Rich Ling and Scott Campbell, The Mobile Communication Research Series: Volume II. New Brunswick: Transaction.
Kate Crawford, 2009. 'Following You: Disciplines of Listening in Social Media', Continuum, 23, Issue 4, pp 525-535. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2009. 'Listening as Participation: Social Media and Metaphors of Hearing Online', The Good, The Bad and The Challenging: The User and The Future of Information and Communication Technologies, COST 298 Conference journal. Copenhagen: COST. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2006. 'Adaptation: Tracking the Ecologies of Music and Peer-to-Peer Networks.' Media International Australia, Copyright, Media & Innovation, Special Issue 114, pp 30-39.
Technology, generations and social change
Kate Crawford and Penny Robinson, 2013. 'Beyond Generations and New Media', in A Companion to New Media Dynamics, eds. John Hartley, Jean Burgess and Axel Bruns. Oxford: Blackwell. pp 472-280.
Kate Crawford, 2012. 'Reanimating Adulthood' in Queer and Subjugated Knowledges: Generating Subversive Imaginaries, eds. Kerry Robinson and Cristyn Davies. Bentham Science. pp 140-167.
Kate Crawford, 2010. 'Adulthood After the Crash', in Radical Futures: Politics for the Next Generation, edited by Ben Little. London: Lawrence and Wishart: 46-51. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2010. 'Buying In: On Adulthood and Home Ownership Ideologies', in The Problem of Contemporary Adulthood: Calendars, Cartographies, and Constructions, edited by Judith Burnett. London: Palgrave. pp 39-55.
Kate Crawford, 2009. 'Adult Responsibility in Insecure Times', Soundings, 41, Winter, pp 45-55. [pdf]
Kate Crawford, 2006. Adult Themes. Macmillan, Sydney.
Contains eight articles addressing a range of disciplinary perspectives on big data. Authors include: Mark Andrejevic; Geoffrey C. Bowker; Lawrence Busch; Nick Couldry and Joseph Turow; Kevin Driscoll and Shawn Walker; Dawn Nafus and Jamie Sherman; Cornelius Puschmann and Jean Burgess; Jim Thatcher.