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Cennydd
Designer and writer · Ethics of future technologies, speculative design, time signatures, bright lights.
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Cennydd 14h
Replying to @ethicistforhire
Excited to read it!
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Cennydd Jul 13
Replying to @yannschaub
I think for serious subjects they’re actually more harm than good, trivialising real anger behind twee cupcake slogans.
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Cennydd Jul 13
Replying to @RobertsJos
Yep; had to bail before the Trafalgar Square rally, but these are my pics from Regent St etc.
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Cennydd Jul 13
Replying to @horseshoefox
Four minutes! I had ten.
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Cennydd Jul 13
Fascists out of my city.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Seattle and San Diego friends: I’ll be in your respective cities in October, talking about my new book Future Ethics. I’d love to hear from anyone interested in a talk at their company or meetup. Please drop me an email or DM. Dates here:
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @Norro21
Thanks for the feedback. Have a good day!
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @Norro21
I think there’s only one person looking clueless in this conversation.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @Norro21
The event was attended by technologists, journalists, MPs, peers from the House of Lords, think tank CEOs, entrepreneurs, pressure group members… they’re all fully aware of the potential impacts of regulation.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @andybudd
True. I’m proud to belong to the ‘not willing to’ camp myself.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @andybudd
Money-makers like people who talk money.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @SupahSpankeh
Is it ethical to circumvent democratically enacted legislation? Isn’t that part of the social contract? etc etc if only someone was writing a book
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Cennydd Jul 11
Hell yes. I’d say this is even the point of Twitter.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @SupahSpankeh
So does regulation :)
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Cennydd Jul 11
Best thing about wearing a suit: merely undoing the top shirt button and loosening the tie sends a powerful signal that yes, the party has now started.
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Cennydd Jul 11
This describes to a T.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Hard to sum up in a tweet, and definitely not my area of expertise. But I tend to align with ’s view that we need a new body and some kind of Digital Bill of Rights. Conservative view was unsurprisingly more attuned to market-led solutions.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Replying to @Cennydd
One rather unnuanced conclusion from the event: new internet regulation is now a foregone conclusion. The question is more about who exactly will do the regulating.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Every so often I remember there are pelicans living 200 metres away from Westminster Abbey. This city is a glorious nonsense.
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Cennydd Jul 11
Early morning start for the excellent Regulating for Responsible Technology event at . Fascinating to hear from the other side of the debate, as it were.
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