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Julia Powles
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Andrew Selbst 1h
Yes, this. Congrats ! Everything about this case was brilliantly handled and argued. So well done!
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The Wilson Center 23h
"It’s the year 2075 and the newest generation doesn’t remember life before AI. Even more frightening, they don’t know the meaning of personal privacy." discusses her work on the new , "Living with Artificial Intelligence":
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Vera Titunik Jun 19
"Arthur printed out the entire Ethereum codebase to bring along on their honeymoon that spring. He inhaled it on safari in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, turning to it when he’d seen his fill of elephants." Gideon Lewis-Kraus tells a crypto love/horror story
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Amanda Roth Jun 18
First piece for : A look at the 3 affiliated companies who registered to lobby the City of Toronto after Sidewalk Labs won the Quayside bid
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TilburgU_TILT Jun 18
Tomorrow Dr. Esther Keymolen () will give a TILT seminar on: "Trust and Technology: The evolution of a hotel key.” Read more here: You are very welcome to join the TILT seminar!
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Jaap-Henk Hoepman Jun 18
The programme of the next Interdisciplinary Summerschool on Privacy (ISP 2018) is now online! With a.o.
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Jef Ausloos May 31
Did you register for this *rad* summerschool on AI, algorithms & privacy yet?! ☜(゚ヮ゚☜) w/ stars & more. + privacy karaoke?
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Natalia Drozdiak Jun 14
Google Buys More Land in Europe for Data-Center Construction - scoop with via
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Natasha Jun 16
Reason for unhappiness: DeepMind independent reviewers’ report
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Aliya Ram Jun 15
DeepMind is becoming bigger and more influential in its health work here. But there are concerns that it still hasn’t clarified its business model - or relationship with Alphabet:
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Julia Powles Jun 15
Lack of citation is totally confounding, in the work of the , this report, and other commentators ...
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Julia Powles Jun 15
I’d be interested in any possible downside to the proposal to curb access conditional on transparency about the relationship between the parent and subsidiary in relation to profit, data, algorithms, and IP?
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Julia Powles Jun 15
The challenge is that even on that front there’s a double standard: here are plenty of documented examples of reading something that does not map the text ...
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Julia Powles May 23
One recommendation of our work on , in particular, should have unanimous consensus. Opacity is no longer acceptable. Calling on ++ to make this happen (from )
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Julia Powles Jun 15
It is extremely telling that voices that could actually require this eminently sensible disclosure as a precondition—voices like and —are now shying from it. Please get them on the record as to why—and how else they propose it happen?
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The Marshall Project Jun 14
Mugshots are often the first thing to appear when someone is Googled, even if innocent, and have serious consequences on work, housing and relationships. More at :
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Julia Powles Jun 14
When you are accidentally at one with the background... The video of my great panel with is up! The Policy and Legal Issues Involving AI
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Greg Callus Jun 13
Good news for intermediaries: a major win for ISPs, instructing , Charlotte May QC & my dangerously-learned friend Riordan. Thanks to & 's , I got a small walk-on part by way of written submissions.
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Julia Powles Jun 14
Just contemplating this here perfect coaster from the —it’s pretty awesome that life in New York has meant meeting and being inspired by and , among so many other amazing folks ✨
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Paolo Cirio Jun 13
From the interview on , what I really ask is why Google tries to ignore this; is it a question of negligence, false principles, economic interest, cheap content and traffic? Expect no answer, responsibility, and accountability.
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