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Julia Powles
Associate Professor, Tech Law & Policy | Ex | julia.powles@uwa.edu.au
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Jo Lennan Jan 9
Best ever quickie explainer of where we’re heading on and what to do about it, by my friend and generally brilliant human for and
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Tessa Khan Jan 9
Thoroughly enjoyed giving a talk on the need to hold our governments directly accountable for inaction on . With all that's at stake, and all we stand to gain, we won't accept anything less than urgent, ambitious action, starting today:
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Brandie Nonnecke Dec 20
is saying exactly what needs to be said. The focus should not be solely on solving AI bias, but in questioning the real-world social problems that lead to bias & whether AI should be applied to solve a problem in the first place: 👏👏👏
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CIGI Dec 14
Not all is created equally — or with equal application of ethics. examines a new endeavour for :
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Andrew Hume Dec 13
Great evening of learning about algorithms, race & What Counts in community with researchers , , & Peter Bearman & artists & Earl Majette, hosted & curated by & . Enjoy:
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Tow Center Dec 13
Excellent piece from and Helen Nissenbaum on conversations around "bias" in AI and what happens when we try to use computational methods to solve social problems.
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Carnegie Council Dec 12
Don't miss and Power, with 's . "It's a real tragedy that we are stumbling into a world where we are essentially resigned to the power, invisible or acknowledged, of a few major players that emerged only in the last 15 years."
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Carnegie Council Dec 12
Check out selected transcripts from & the Future of conference with , & many more:
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Tapan Parikh Dec 12
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Virginia Eubanks Dec 12
Join us tomorrow on Roosevelt Island for discussion, performance, and generalized badassery. "What Counts? Stories of Tech, Race and the Planet" with and MORE.
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Christophe Abrassart Dec 12
Excellent paper by and In the AI field, bias introduces a depoliticized order of discourse in which social issues are shaped as computational problems. While we need more citizen debates on bias causes and how to use AI in society
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Jathan Sadowski Dec 11
Incisive piece that cuts through the myopic focus on fairness and AI, by and Helen Nissenbaum "The endgame is always to 'fix' A.I. systems, never to use a different system or no system at all."
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Evan Selinger Dec 10
An exceptional discussion from start to finish. One of the most interesting parts is when & discuss what counts as a privacy harm. argues the pervasive surveillance of location in itself is a harmful act, regardless of how the data gets used.
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N/A Dec 10
Good morning! Please read this piece by
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Evan Selinger Dec 9
Honored that selected “Re-Engineering Humanity” as one of the best 2018 books on tech.
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Julia Powles Dec 10
“This is the Ebola of privacy invasions” Huge new story on location tracking by phenomenal Here they are on the Daily
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Julia Powles Dec 9
You guys should check out this line of work! Very open to any thoughts -
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Ifeoma Ajunwa JD/PhD Dec 9
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Helen Nissenbaum Dec 9
Appreciate point. Our piece does not indict technical work. Rather: tech can help but won't solve. And more so, obsession with bias 1) conveniently distracts from ongoing data heist and 2) shuts down existential questions about appropriate role of machines.
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Mireille Hildebrandt Dec 8
"recognizing and acknowledging bias can be seen as a strategic concession — one that subdues the scale of the challenge. Bias, like job losses and safety hazards, becomes part of the grand bargain of innovation." and nailing it in
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