Commentary by Internet Ethics Program Director Irina Raicu and colleagues
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.
The Mozilla “Teaching Responsible Computing Playbook,” New Case Studies, and More
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Developing Norms, Prioritizing Responses
The cost of cyber-insecurity is already too high.
Lessons Learned And Innovative Solutions as a Hackathon Goes Virtual
The participants, organizers, sponsors, mentors, and judges for Hack for Humanity 2021 worked together to help find solutions in difficult times.
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.