Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
Five relatively easy things to do
We don’t have to be “unwitting collaborators” in the disinformation war.
On the nature of “shared experience”
Traveling with others makes us realize what social media does and does not provide.
Implications for Curriculum and Instruction
We should both celebrate and be cautious about the power of AI to inform classroom management.
"Some ethical questions have to be addressed by more structural means."
On human behavior data and the invisible infrastructure of human relationships
“Automatic deletion might be scary, but I think it’s the right thing to do.”
A conversation about privacy, data ownership, ways to combat bias, and more.
"[T]echnology is neither radical nor revolutionary unless it benefits every single person."
A conversation with the first Chief Data Scientist of the U.S.
An Event at Santa Clara University
On April 15, the center will host a panel discussion on WhatsApp politics, ethics, and elections.
A Wide-Ranging Conversation
Swisher spoke at Santa Clara University on March 12, 2019.
A non-exhaustive list aims to provide a starting point for better-informed conversations.
"These issues are complicated, and we have to acknowledge that there are tradeoffs."
Data analysis impacts the distribution of public goods.