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Kristen Eshleman
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MIT Now Has a Humanist Chaplain to Help Students With the Ethics of Tech
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
To my fellow ex-pats in ...these oysters are legit from Sea Level. As in Sea Level, Down East!
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @mzrascoff @DurhamNC
I did not! It's just a hunch I have from my time in RTP, and seeing it evolve over 10-20 years. It's a community w/ experience in social conflict and a solid variety of creative arts, business, people, technology, and politics. But affordable...key.
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
This bizarre story hits a raw nerve for me. Innovation w/o solid frameworks can too easily tip to designs that reflect personal bias over evidence. Experiment w/ this idea, yes. But that didn't really happen here. We can't do the same in . (why we engaged )
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @gsiemens @MissionU
Quote from the IDW: “Smart, skeptical people are often surprisingly susceptible to being conned if a ruse is tailored to their prejudices.”
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @amichaelberman
Heh.
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @kreshleman
"...That’s why we do it through “associations,” and with the assistance of fellow professionals wearing white shoes. When working-class people do it—through unions—it’s a violation of the sacred principles of the free market. It’s thuggish and anti-modern." 2/2
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @kreshleman
"You see, when educated people with excellent credentials band together to advance their collective interest, it’s all part of serving the public good by ensuring a high quality of service, establishing fair working conditions, and giving merit its due..." 1/2
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
“The meritocratic class has mastered the trick of consolidating wealth and passing privilege along at the expense of other people’s children,” argues Matthew Stewart
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
I have high hopes for to be the place that drives a different kind of tech revolution.
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @goldengateblond
That’s his mother’s sweet look.
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Dan Greenstein May 18
“skepticism about college comes... from upper-middle-class people who have the luxury of airing hypothetical concerns about education, w/o having to worry that their own children will be influenced by them”
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Kristen Eshleman May 19
Replying to @chadstachowicz
Congratulations, Chad! This is great news.
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Kristen Eshleman May 18
Vote. You know who for. The party that values people over guns.
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George Siemens May 18
"the largest AI training runs has been increasing exponentially with a 3.5 month-doubling time (by comparison, Moore’s Law had an 18-month doubling period)"
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Kristen Eshleman May 18
Great thread and reminder of why responsible journalists at the and anywhere should not hide behind “opinion” pieces as a reason to allow anything through.
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Kristen Eshleman May 18
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Kristen Eshleman May 18
We are hiring! has been undergoing big changes - this is a great opportunity to help shape the way forward:
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Kristen Eshleman May 18
Replying to @gsiemens @MissionU
I don’t pretend to understand this fully, but if this is as bad as it reads, and edtech doesn’t call it out, they care more about the VC machine keeping the hype money flowing than they do about truly testing new models that could benefit students.
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Kristen Eshleman May 18
Overheard at the breakfast table after reading this...”edtech disruption is looking like Thanos.”
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