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Mary Gray on the need for a better social contract when it comes to the rights of informal workers
Danielle Allen ponders how Americans can become citizens again.
We are all familiar with the spinning wheels and download indicators that signify when our electronic devices are “working”, but are they making us fall for the “labour illusion”?
BKC faculty associate spoke with Kim Crayton for #CauseAScene
BKC fellow discusses the role race plays in election interference efforts on the City on the Hill podcast.
Mutale Nkonde warns of companies using biometric data
David O’Brien says password sharing is highly inadvisable.
Ethan Zuckerman imagines a different kind of Internet—one propelled by public concerns instead of the interests of large corporations.
Urs Gasser makes the case for including young people in our conversations about artificial intelligence.
Owono discusses how Internet shutdowns have evolved in recent years
Landlords are using artificial intelligence to vet prospective renters
Researchers argue the dangers of deepfakes are overblown, but they will still require journalists to give thought to how they handle unconfirmed information.
Ryan Budish discusses a report from the National Security Commission on AI
Law and documentary film may seem far apart, but they actually share many connections
David O’Brien talks password security with Gizmodo
Radio and cable TV are bigger conduits for conspiracy theories.
Ariel Herbert-Voss on attacking machine learning systems
Martha Minow on the possibilities of restorative justice.
The internet giant uses blacklists, algorithm tweaks and an army of contractors to shape what you see
Social-media giants can’t decide how far is too far, but a panel of regular people can.
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