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A meditation on the temporality of forests
Privacy is an effect of personal agency, projected by personal tech and personal expressions of intent that others can respect without working at it
Does a gestural control interface invite imagination?
It is urgent that Boston develop policies that comprehensively account for what surveillance means today.
"The US has neglected the role of other rights and non-state entities in guaranteeing online freedom"
Nani Jansen Reventlow
On the meme'ing of international diplomacy
An Xiao Mina
Focus on decentralizing power
Most reporters covering the Cambridge Analytica story are missing out on the big picture. The scale of the operation was only possible because Facebook has too much data about too…
Juan Ortiz Freuler
Understanding the risks future technology and intermediaries might pose to the internet as a tool for social change.
In the not-so-distant future, we will be presented with the version of the news we wish to read -- not the news that some reporter, columnist or editorial board decides we need…
Arun "Vish" Vishwanath
Ben Green calls for the disentanglement of the concepts of unfairness and injustice within the Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency movement.
In this Wired op-ed, David Weinberger discusses the implications around…
Alexander Trechsel shares his reflections on Conectados al Sur: Costa Rica.
Sandra Cortesi, Director of Youth and Media, shares her reflections on Conectados al Sur: Costa Rica.
Andres Lombana shares his reflections on Conectados al Sur: Costa Rica.
Urs Gasser, executive director of the Berkman Klein Center and Professor at Harvard Law School shares his reflections on Conectados al Sur: Costa Rica.
Artificial intelligence and big data present new challenges to protecting our right to privacy both online and offline.
Seeking to unravel what is behind a change in public sentiment towards the internet, this series begins with intersecting dimensions in what is lazily often presented as ‘The…
In this article, the authors propose suggestions to contribute to the development of guidelines which provide the strongest protections for data subjects.
A thought experiment under construction
How to think about A.I. through the lens of Jorge Luis Borges’ “The Lottery in Babylon”
This series published by Christian computer scientists J. Nathan Matias, Lydia Manikonda, Scott Hale, and Kenneth Arnold introduces questions for Christians about AI and its role…
J. Nathan Matias
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