Twitter | Search | |
Brett Frischmann
Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business & Economics, Villanova University Infrastructure, Knowledge Commons, Re-Engineering Humanity
3,850
Tweets
1,492
Following
1,680
Followers
Tweets
Brett Frischmann retweeted
all I got for xmas was surveillance capitalism 1h
Now that I think about it, it makes perfect sense that bros say “you put up w/some surveillance, why not total surveillance?” They are the same bros designing recommendation algos trying to sell me more of what I just bought.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
CUPBookshop 10h
It's another book of the year in the today. From and comes an arresting, inspriational exploration of how we can retain our humanity against the forces of digital convenience & techno-social engineering. Get £5 off in store only.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Fred Turner Dec 13
My essay "Machine Politics: The rise of the internet and a new age of authoritarianism" just published by . Proudly awaiting trolls:
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Architecture Dec 15
The Abandoned City Hall Subway Station, New York
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Frank Pasquale Dec 15
“The goal is no longer simply to authenticate a person’s identity, but to paint a portrait of his or her trustworthiness. Citizenship no longer possesses prima facie value. From a security perspective, citizenship is antithetical to risk management”
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
CUPBookshop Dec 14
Looking for gift ideas? Our Books of the Year come highly recommended.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Evan Selinger Dec 15
. comparing the "humane technology" movement to cage-free chickens. "We're going to be as humane as possible to them, until we take them to the slaughter.”
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann Dec 15
Team Human preview in 10 min TED talk by
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Louis Maddox Dec 15
📖 Katherine J. Strandburg (NYU School of Law), Brett M. Frischmann (Villanova University, Pennsylvania), Michael J. Madison (U. Pittsburgh School of Law) — "Governing Medical Knowledge Commons" [🔓]
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Morgan Lewis Global Tech Dec 5
As digital information, data & content become collectively governed in the market, it’s important to understand the implications of the knowledge commons framework. Join us on Dec. 18 at 12 pm ET for a webinar focusing on the knowledge commons framework:
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Curious Guy, MD Dec 13
Replying to @curiousguymd
This one is also very impressive: "NIH funding contributed to every one of the NMEs approved from 2010–2016 and was focused primarily on the drug targets rather than on the NMEs themselves"
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Curious Guy, MD Dec 12
Replying to @curiousguymd
"A knowledge commons perspective that promotes open knowledge, transparency, collaborative innovation and an ability to share creative, scientific and technological resources is key to turning fundamental discoveries into new treatments."
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Curious Guy, MD Dec 12
Replying to @MazzucatoM
"The role of public policy should not be seen as an ‘intervention’ but as a dynamic part of shaping and creating markets that meet public health needs." I really need to read 's books after this.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Pavel Kuchař Dec 13
Replying to @pavelkuchar
But also I would add, shared knowledge is critical to successful governance of social and intellectual resources many of which are by its nature anti-rival, meaning the more we use them, the more we have of them.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Pavel Kuchař Dec 13
and developing knowledge is critical to successful governance of natural resources, especially on a global scale.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
marleenstikker Dec 13
“Instead, research has documented contexts, cases, and principles that reflect the ability of groups to collectively govern common resources. “ Good read: Tragedy of the Commons revisited | Science
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann retweeted
Data & Society Dec 14
“AI developers should treat privacy as a fundamental human right, rather than an ethical preference.”
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann Dec 14
Thanks for letting me know! Interested to hear the podcasts.
Reply Retweet Like
Brett Frischmann Dec 14
Reply Retweet Like