Writer, reporter, translator living in Northampton, MA, United States Contact: jacque.feldman [at] gmail.com Rebecca Nagel, Wylie Agency Twitter Selected Work: “Milena,” short fiction (Socrates on the Beach, 2021). A memoir of AI’s past bias (StatORec, 2021). “Saint Briac,” short fiction (3:AM Magazine, 2021). On Virginie Despentes (The Nation, 2020). “Story for Malte,” short fiction (The Skirt Chronicles Vol. VII, 2020). “Rosie,” short fiction (3:AM Magazine, 2020). Two entries in the Quarantine Journal (The Point, 2020). Investigation into a witch hunt taking place in the author’s Connecticut hometown (Triple Canopy, 2019). Reporting at environmentalists’ encampments in the wake of police violence (The Point, 2019). Counterterrorism legislation and the atmosphere in Paris (The White Review, 2018). On the death of the artist Oxana Shachko (Paris Review Daily, 2018). On Google Arts & Culture (GARAGE, 2018). On Marlene Dumas (GARAGE, 2018). For Real Life, a series of essays on chatbots and AI (2016-2018). A reading, in New York City, of one of these (YouTube, 2017). “Faking It,” an essay on misogyny and bots (Real Life, 2018). “Worlds of Pain,” on the concept as it applies to robots (Real Life, 2017). Building bots and reading Winnicott (Real Life, 2016). A kind of fembot manifesto (Real Life, 2016). Slides from a talk on chatbots and gender first given at Theorizing the Web (Museum of the Moving Image, 2017). At Trust & Believe (Eyebeam, 2017). At Solothurn Literary Days (2018). Those slides with notes (2017). On the chatbot Amme and book The Amme Talks (Paris Review Daily, 2017). A story of Ukrainian feminists in a Parisian exile (The White Review, 2017). Meditation on nuclear waste involving reporting in the French countryside (Real Life, 2017). Scripting a “feminist” chatbot (NewYorker.com, 2016). Ahmad Kaddour’s paintings (LA Review of Books Blog, 2016). Orwell, Barcelona, and the Spanish squatters’ movement (LA Review of Books, 2016). “Full Brightness,” on the app Sleep Cycle (The New Inquiry, 2015). Reacting at a distance to tragedy in Paris (The Morning News, 2015). Nutrition in 2050, about the food of the future, translation of a speculative fiction (Editions C. F. A., 2015). “Vive La Miroiterie,” in Making Room (Other Forms, 2015), originally published at Guernica (2013).