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Social-media giants can’t decide how far is too far, but a panel of regular people can.
Mutale Nkonde suggests tech and AI companies embrace racial literacy
BKC fellow Apryl Williams sheds light on online dating and context collapse
Apryl A. Williams
As implants grow more common, experts fear surveillance and exploitation of workers.
Martha Minow explores the complicated intersection of the law, justice, and forgiveness
Joan Donovan and Elizabeth Dubois weigh in
Research discusses the relevance of alternative media for the US (far-)right
Improving algorithms isn’t just good for your company, Mutale Nkonde says
Martha Minow on the power – and nuance – of forgiveness
The internet turned 50 this week, but what comes next could be even more revolutionary.
Danielle Citron reflects on her career, current events, and the future
Jonathan Zittrain and evelyn douek weigh in on the power of platforms like Facebook
Leah Plunkett discusses her new book with WNYC
Ifeoma Ajunwa joins WBUR to discuss the use of AI in hiring processes
Meeri Haataja outlines motivations for companies to address AI
Yochai Benkler moderated a discussion on measures the Israeli Supreme Court took to shut down deceptive election posts
BKC affiliate discusses free speech, platform regulation, political advertising, and Facebook’s oversight board.
Jonathon Penney proposes a new comprehensive regulatory framework to hold social media platforms accountable
Joan Donovan describes content moderation in the context of a tech stack
evelyn douek reviews David Kaye’s latest report
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