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Ethics, Community, and Social Media Migrations
Never mind the metaverse--are you migrating to the fediverse?
The FTC cited Drizly CEO James (Cory) Rellas for data breaches affecting his company’s customers.
Podcast series looking at conflict on social media through student posts about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
An Ethics Case Study
When 'algorithm alchemy' wrongly accuses people of fraud, who is accountable?
While some tech tools might indeed be helpful, they should be considered in conjunction with, not as replacement for, regulations that address the role of guns.
Poetry in Motion
From the non-existent WhimsiCo Robotics: the Rumi-Ba! A guest blog post by professor Ahmed Amer
Media coverage might be more informative if it ignored some tweets.
The media coverage of Musk’s tweets is disproportionate and counterproductive.
An AI Ethics Case Study
Ethical questions about data collection, data-sharing, access, use, and privacy.
Constrained Choices and Compliance
Sometimes, it’s the user who’s been trained by the algorithm—not the other way around.
The link between misinformation and violence needs to be addressed by legacy media, new media platforms, civil society, and regulatory bodies.
Three streams of misinformation and abuse targeted at a recent academic conference exemplify a widespread phenomenon.