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- We need more innovation and disruption—from different constituencies.
There is a lot of work to be done, by all of us who are impacted by AI tools.
One of many questions, self-prompted
In its recent decision to release ChatGPT into the wild, OpenAI seems to have failed to consider students and educators among the stakeholders who would be impacted by the text-generating technology.
What if, in the future...
- Can Biased Humans Design Biased Algorithms that Still Enhance Human Flourishing?
Algorithms encode individual and societal choices
- Video of a recent panel discussion, and links to related readings
A replay of our recent event with three outstanding panelists, an update, and more details
- 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
What can we learn from the Tay experience, about AI and social media ethics more broadly?
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