Ceyda Yolgormez is a PhD candidate in Social and Cultural Analysis Program at Concordia University. Her research looks at the socialization of AI agents through artworks that particularly deal with human-machine collaboration; those that use public space for human-machine encounter; and artworks that specifically focus on revealing the machinic life and sensorium. Alongside this, she thinks about the implications of doing a sociology of AI, both for the discipline of sociology, and for the futures that are cultivated by machinic intelligences. She is interested in new forms of social relations that come into being through imaginaries and practices that sustain interactions with AI systems. She is a member of Machine Agencies Research Group, Speculative Life Research Cluster, and Technoculture, Arts and Games at Milieux Institute.