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Brett Frischmann
Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business & Economics, Villanova University Infrastructure, Knowledge Commons, Re-Engineering Humanity, ...
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Mike Scharff 11h
“We are going to need to use technology to be humanizing - to help people think,” says speaking on power of to re-engineer humanity
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Brett Frischmann 14h
Replying to @garethlpowell
Heading into London to talk about Re-Engineering Humanity at Chatham House.
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Brett Frischmann 19h
This sounds really cool / fun / intellectually stimulating
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Brett Frischmann Apr 24
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Laura James Apr 24
really, go check it out full of fascinating examples and diverse perspectives about socio-technical systems and their relationships with us (& follow for more stuff like this)
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Tony Naggs Apr 24
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Cambridge Trust & Technology Initiative Apr 24
Many factors, including surveillance capitalism and the attention economy, are driving techno-social engineering. An intergenerational risk like climate change - with the shared resource at risk of tragic depletion is humanity itself —
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Rafael Calvo Apr 24
A new perspective on the Turing Test by
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Cambridge Trust & Technology Initiative Apr 24
Here are the strategies recommended by & in Re-engineering Humanity - challenging conventional business and tech thinking
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Brett Frischmann Apr 24
Replying to @CamTrustTech @jjn1
My pleasure. It was a great audience with thought provoking questions. I’m still pondering a few of them ...
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Cambridge Trust & Technology Initiative Apr 24
Replying to @BrettFrischmann @jjn1
With that we're finished. Thanks very much to for a fascinating talk and to for compering
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David Llewellyn-Jones Apr 24
This may seem frivolous, but how can users move on to caring about the intrusive tech talks about when even the champions for solving these issues are contributing to the problem?
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Will Dupré Apr 24
Just attended an excellent and thought provoking talk - ‘Re-Engineering Humanity’ (or ‘Rage Against Becoming The Machine’) by and . My first lecture. 😂
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Laura James Apr 24
Excited to hear from at tonight - having just read Re-engineering Humanity from him + it’s now my go-to book for tech folks who need an intro to humanity and how tech is and will affect us
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Brett Frischmann Apr 24
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Evan Selinger Apr 24
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Would be great if someone wrote a book addressing these structural processes :)
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Brett Frischmann Apr 24
This is important. Please note the function creep —> techno-social engineering creep. It’s a tool developed to do much more than verification or authentication of identity.
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Ian Bogost Apr 23
The way this milquetoast character with the blandest, most ordinary ideas is showered with breathless praise is almost worse than the technological horrors he purports to upend.
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Andrea Matwyshyn Apr 23
Hats off to two of my contracts students who are vigorously (and recreationally) investigating a potentially privacy-invading grocery robot. Baby lawyers grow up so fast.
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Rumman Chowdhury Apr 23
So this event just got offensive (and grammatically incorrect). just said “a population the size of Islam” is being radicalized by social media videos. Twice. Thanks for tagging your own biases and ignorance.
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