This course explores the intersections of race, gender, and class in the culture of the digital age. It critically examines the ways in which technology, digital platforms, and online spaces impact social identities and inequalities. Through interdisciplinary perspectives, the course aims to foster an understanding of how race, gender, and class dynamics shape and are shaped by digital practices, representation, and power structures. This will require investigations of diverse cultural arenas and media, among them music, film, television, and everyday lived experience as they are circulated in the digital spaces. Students will be assessed on their participation in classroom discussions, a team presentation and work on the e-learning platform OLAT. The course will use ChatGPT in addition to conventional classroom discussions to enhance student participation and offer a dynamic platform for examining racial, gender, and class issues outside of the physical classroom. Students can hone their critical thinking abilities by interacting with ChatGPT and participating in discussions, examining biases, and challenging presumptions in the online environment. In order to promote a deeper knowledge of the impacts of race, gender, and class in digital contexts, they can investigate the ethical implications of AI technology and participate in discussions about responsible AI use.