Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
On Avoiding Pitfalls
It is a truth universally acknowledged—or at least a belief shared by many AI and machine learning researchers—that algorithms will be able to predict the behavior of individual human beings.
Internet Ethics: Voices Amplified
The internet has enabled both mass memorialization and massacres.
Without new laws and new conversations about the ethical norms associated with social media, the disinformation, polarization, and resulting violence will continue.
The perils of such ads far outweigh their benefits.
Even if the services address transparency, the fact-checking problem is essentially un-fixable.
Increased Awareness Is a Gift, Too
Ethical issues created by IoT toys and other tech directed at children go beyond security-related concerns.
… And maybe for the foreseeable future
The expression "human in the loop" should be interpreted by humans.
Netflix’s “The Social Dilemma” tries to sound the alarm on the dangerous human impact of social networking.
You will get stressed out by your own facial expressions... and more.
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Requiring that students keep their cameras on during online classes impacts some families much more than others, highlighting inequities in our society.