Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
Media coverage might be more informative if it ignored some tweets.
The media coverage of Musk’s tweets is disproportionate and counterproductive.
Prefiguring a Critique of Silicon Valley
On "dash and daring and recklessness of cost or consequences"
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Join us and add your questions to a conversation about ethical and legal issues associated with the widening adoption of VR and AR technology.
Constrained Choices and Compliance
Sometimes, it’s the user who’s been trained by the algorithm—not the other way around.
Focusing on Images and Videos Posted Without Consent
Content moderation considers consent and context.
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.
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An upcoming conversation with multiple experts will address ethical issues related to crypto currencies.
Metaverse and Reality in Silicon Valley
Are we using too much of our "attentional commons" on the metaverse?
Tools of Power and Peril
Social media and other internet tools for collaboration and activism have made the Taliban’s opponents in Afghanistan both powerful and deeply vulnerable.
A Pew Research Center report sparks new conversations about AI ethics.