Tag: artificial-intelligence

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www.mistermotley.nl > Meldrid Ibrahim
Kunst als stok tussen de digitale spaken - Kunstenaars laten zien dat technologie niet neutraal is
24 aug. 2021 - Mijn achternaam draag ik met trots: Ibrahim is de voornaam van mijn overgrootopa, die mijn vader invulde toen hij in de jaren ’70 vanuit Egypte naar Nederland kwam. Mijn vader is helaas overleden, het was de meest warme en hartelijke man die je je kan inbeelden. Maar er is iets geks aan de hand met mijn achternaam: als een computer een taal leert met behulp van alledaagse teksten van internet, blijkt dat de computer niet-westerse namen zoals Ibrahim als minder ‘plezierig’ aanduidt dan westerse achternamen (Caliskan et al., 2017).
 · art · artificial-intelligence · data-ethics · image-recognition · imagenet · racist-technology

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Are We Automating Racism?
31 mar. 2021 - Many of us assume that tech is neutral, and we have turned to tech as a way to root out racism, sexism, or other “isms” plaguing human decision-making. But as data-driven systems become a bigger and bigger part of our lives, we also notice more and more when they fail, and, more importantly, that they don’t fail on everyone equally. Glad You Asked host Joss Fong wants to know: Why do we think tech is neutral? How do algorithms become biased? And how can we fix these algorithms before they cause harm?
 · algorithmic-bias · artificial-intelligence · machine-learning · racist-technology · social-justice · twitter

ai.googleblog.com > Google AI
Project Guideline: Enabling Those with Low Vision to Run Independently
18 may. 2021 - For the 285 million people around the world living with blindness or low vision, exercising independently can be challenging. Earlier this year, we announced Project Guideline, an early-stage research project, developed in partnership with Guiding Eyes for the Blind, that uses machine learning to guide runners through a variety of environments that have been marked with a painted line. Using only a phone running Guideline technology and a pair of headphones, Guiding Eyes for the Blind CEO Thomas Panek was able to run independently for the first time in decades and complete an unassisted 5K in New York City’s Central Park.
 · artificial-intelligence · blindness · running

algorithmwatch.org > Matthias Spielkamp and Michele Loi
Towards accountability in the use of Artificial Intelligence for Public Administrations
18 may. 2021 - Michele Loi und Matthias Spielkamp analyze the regulatory content of 16 guideline documents about the use of AI in the public sector, by mapping their requirements to those of our philosophical account of accountability, and conclude that while some guidelines refer processes that amount to auditing, it seems that the debate would benefit from more clarity about the nature of the entitlement of auditors and the goals of auditing, also in order to develop ethically meaningful standards with respect to which different forms of auditing can be evaluated and compared.
 · accountability · artificial-intelligence · not-read

crookedtimber.org > Maria Farrell
What is Ours is Only Ours to Give
4 may. 2021 - Kim Stanley Robinson’s books are how I think about the future. I’m not exaggerating when I say they’re how I manage to think about it at all. They provide much of the temporal and political context in which I do my work, which is to say, they educate me and let me know I’m not alone. Future uses of data and networks are a tiny part of The Ministry for the Future (TMFTF), just as tech policy only counts, now, insofar as it serves our species-wide effort to survive and perhaps flourish. TMFTF does some thinking on how network and information technology – specifically, social media and blockchain – can do the genuinely liberatory work they’ve long been hailed as making possible. I’ve worked in tech policy since the late nineties and will talk mostly in this piece about ways that might work sooner and better to get us to a desirable tech future, and one that gets less in the way of dealing with climate crisis. (I use ‘climate crisis’ as shorthand for the cluster of anthropogenic extinction events described in TMFTF.)
 · ai-ethics · amazon · artificial-intelligence · big-tech · blockchain · china · climate-change · commons · data-commons · data-portability · facebook · feminism · google · interoperability · misogyny · open-standards · social-graph · social-media · solutionism · surveillance-capitalism

www.ftm.nl > Reijer Passchier and Sebastiaan Brommersma
‘Het Nederlandse staatsbestel is niet klaar voor verdere digitalisering’
16 may. 2021 - Digitalisering van de overheid zet de verhoudingen in de rechtsstaat onder druk. Door complexe technologie en scheefgroei in de distributie van digitale middelen kunnen de rechter en het parlement de uitvoerende macht steeds slechter controleren. Het delicate evenwicht van de trias politica raakt zo verder verstoord, waarschuwt Reijer Passchier van de Universiteit Leiden.
 · anti-power · artificial-intelligence · climate-change · institutions · machine-learning · power · rule-of-law · syri · techno-optimism · technology · transparency · trias-politica

www.freetech4teachers.com > Richard Byrne
Tools to Help Students Analyze Their Own Writing
20 apr. 2021 - Like many of my students, I'm often guilty of writing in a rush. Doing that leads to three bad habits that appear in my writing. The first is omitting words that should be in a sentence. The second is repeating words in a sentence when I try to revise a sentence midstream. And the third bad habit is using the same phrases and sentence structures too frequently. To change my habits I'm trying to slow down. I've also enlisted the help of a neat Chrome extension called Wordtune.
 · artificial-intelligence · grading · writing

euobserver.com > Fieke Jansen and Sarah Chander
Why EU needs to be wary that AI will increase racial profiling
19 apr. 2021 - This week the EU announces new regulations on artificial intelligence. It needs to set clear limits on the most harmful uses of AI, including predictive policing, biometric mass surveillance, and applications that exacerbate historic patterns of racist policing.
 · artificial-intelligence · black-struggle · eu · police · prediction · predictive-policing · racist-technology

medium.com > Alexander Todorov, Blaise Agüera y Arcas and Margaret Mitchell
Do algorithms reveal sexual orientation or just expose our stereotypes?
11 jan. 2018 - A study claiming that artificial intelligence can infer sexual orientation from facial images caused a media uproar in the Fall of 2017. The Economist featured this work on the cover of their September 9th magazine; on the other hand two major LGBTQ organizations, The Human Rights Campaign and GLAAD, immediately labeled it “junk science”. Michal Kosinski, who co-authored the study with fellow researcher Yilun Wang, initially expressed surprise, calling the critiques “knee-jerk” reactions. However, he then proceeded to make even bolder claims: that such AI algorithms will soon be able to measure the intelligence, political orientation, and criminal inclinations of people from their facial images alone.
 · artificial-intelligence · gay-rights · machine-learning · not-read

edri.org > Sarah Chander
This is the EU’s chance to stop racism in artificial intelligence
16 mar. 2021 - As the European Commission prepares its legislative proposal on artificial intelligence, human rights groups are watching closely for clear rules to limit discriminatory AI. In practice, this means a ban on biometric mass surveillance practices and red lines (legal limits) to stop harmful uses of AI-powered technologies.
 · artificial-intelligence · biometrics · black-struggle · eu · facial-recognition · human-rights · innovation · predictive-policing · racist-technology

www.nature.com > Michal Kosinsky
Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images
11 jan. 2021 - Ubiquitous facial recognition technology can expose individuals’ political orientation, as faces of liberals and conservatives consistently differ. A facial recognition algorithm was applied to naturalistic images of 1,085,795 individuals to predict their political orientation by comparing their similarity to faces of liberal and conservative others. Political orientation was correctly classified in 72% of liberal–conservative face pairs, remarkably better than chance (50%), human accuracy (55%), or one afforded by a 100-item personality questionnaire (66%). Accuracy was similar across countries (the U.S., Canada, and the UK), environments (Facebook and dating websites), and when comparing faces across samples. Accuracy remained high (69%) even when controlling for age, gender, and ethnicity. Given the widespread use of facial recognition, our findings have critical implications for the protection of privacy and civil liberties.
 · artificial-intelligence · digital-phrenology · facial-recognition · politics

www.marketingjournal.org > Christian Sarkar and Daniel Erasmus
“Beyond Scenario Planning” – An Interview with Daniel Erasmus
23 mar. 2021 - Since 1996 Daniel Erasmus, as a leading futurist and thinker, has been conducting scenario planning processes on technology, governance, education and the environment for governmental, foundation, and corporate clients. Daniel is a founder and director of the Digital Thinking Network (DTN), providing scenario thinking and process transformation as well as expert systems that bring real-time analysis of media and public discourse to forward-looking organizations. Daniel has worked with clients that include Royal Dutch Shell, Schlumberger, Sanoma, Telenor, Vodafone, KONE, Nokia, Rabobank, the city Rotterdam, and the Dutch Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Economic Affairs, and Spatial Planning. In the public sector, the DTN’s transformation work includes the groundbreaking initiative to half Rotterdam’s CO2 emissions by 2025 and to transform Rotterdam into Europe’s leading intercultural city. He lead the Economic Development Board of Rotterdam’s creation of an International Advisory Board.
 · artificial-intelligence · electric-cars · futurism · innovation · planning · play · prediction · scenario-thinking · shell

donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com > Donald Clark
Why is ‘AI and Ethics’ work mostly a waste of time? It’s rife with amateurism in ‘ethics’, confirmation bias, anthropomorphism and activism.
19 mar. 2021 - I run an AI company, have invested in AI companies, taught the application of AI in my field, give talks and podcasts on the subject and have written a book on the subject. Yet, most of the questions I get on AI and data are what people see as ‘ethical’ issues. The problem is that they’re mostly not.
 · ai-ethics · anthropomorphism · artificial-intelligence · confirmation-bias · ethics

www.youtube.com > Kate Crawford
The Trouble with Bias - NIPS 2017 Keynote
10 dec. 2017 - Kate Crawford is a leading researcher, academic and author who has spent the last decade studying the social implications of data systems, machine learning and artificial intelligence. She is a Distinguished Research Professor at New York University, a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New York, and a Visiting Professor at the MIT Media Lab.
 · algorithmic-bias · artificial-intelligence · deepmind · machine-learning · not-read · robots · self-driving-cars

www.nytimes.com > Kashmir Hill
What Happens When Our Faces Are Tracked Everywhere We Go?
18 mar. 2021 - When a secretive start-up scraped the internet to build a facial-recognition tool, it tested a legal and ethical limit — and blew the future of privacy in America wide open.
 · artificial-intelligence · child-abuse · clearview-ai · digital-phrenology · facial-recognition · findface · freedom-of-speech · law-enforcement · physiognomy · privacy · racist-technology · united-states

www.br.de > Cécile Schneider, Jonas Bedford-Strohm and Uli Köppen
Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: Our AI Ethics Guidelines
30 nov. 2020 - No matter what technology we use, it is never an end in itself. Rather, it must help us deliver on a higher purpose: to make good journalism. This purpose-driven use of technology guides our use of artificial intelligence and all other forms of intelligent automation. We want to help shape the constructive collaboration of human and machine intelligence and deploy it towards the goal of improving our journalism.
 · ai-ethics · algorithmic-bias · artificial-intelligence · data-minimization · ethics · filter-bubble · journalism · personalization

modelcards.withgoogle.com
Google Cloud Model Cards
Whether it’s knowing the nutritional content in our food, the conditions of our roads, or a medication’s interaction warnings, we rely on information to make responsible decisions. But what about AI? Despite its potential to transform so much of the way we work and live, machine learning models are often distributed without a clear understanding of how they function. For example, under what conditions does the model perform best and most consistently? Does it have blind spots? If so, where? Traditionally, such questions have been surprisingly difficult to answer.
 · ai-ethics · artificial-intelligence · ethics · google · machine-learning

aiethics.princeton.edu
Case Study PDFs
24 jan. 2019 - Below are a set of fictional case studies that are designed to prompt reflection and discussion about issues at the intersection of AI and Ethics. These case studies were developed out of an interdisciplinary workshop series at Princeton University that began in 2017-18. They are the product of a research collaboration between the University Center for Human Values (UCHV) and the Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP) at Princeton. Click the title of each case study to download the full document.
 · ai-ethics · artificial-intelligence · ethics · not-read · project-nhl

ai.googleblog.com > Lucy Yu and Per Karlsson
The Technology Behind Cinematic Photos
24 feb. 2021 - Looking at photos from the past can help people relive some of their most treasured moments. Last December we launched Cinematic photos, a new feature in Google Photos that aims to recapture the sense of immersion felt the moment a photo was taken, simulating camera motion and parallax by inferring 3D representations in an image. In this post, we take a look at the technology behind this process, and demonstrate how Cinematic photos can turn a single 2D photo from the past into a more immersive 3D animation.
 · artificial-intelligence · google · photography

engineering.linkedin.com > Cagri Ozcaglar, Ketan Thakkar, Krishnaram Kenthapadi, Nadeem Anjum, Qi Guo and Sahin Cem Geyik
The AI Behind LinkedIn Recruiter search and recommendation systems
22 apr. 2019 - LinkedIn Talent Solutions serves as a marketplace for employers to reach out to potential candidates and for job seekers to find career opportunities. A key mechanism to help achieve these goals is the LinkedIn Recruiter product, which helps recruiters and hiring managers source suitable talent and enables them to identify “talent pools” that are optimized for the likelihood of making a successful hire. In this blog post, we will first highlight a few unique information retrieval, system, and modeling challenges associated with talent search and recommendation systems. We will then describe how we formulated and addressed these challenges, the overall system design and architecture, the issues encountered in practice, and the lessons learned from the production deployment of these systems at LinkedIn.
 · artificial-intelligence · linkedin · project-hva · recruitment

engineering.linkedin.com > Deepak Agarwal
An Introduction to AI at LinkedIn
9 oct. 2018 - Back in 2005, I was working in my first job at AT&T Bell Labs. The telecommunications industry was struggling due to price wars and increased competition from wireless carriers. I was left wondering what I should do as I watched colleague after colleague slowly leave to find other positions in the booming consumer internet industry spearheaded by players like Google and Yahoo!.
 · artificial-intelligence · linkedin · project-hva · recruitment

www.ethicsinc-ontwerpspel.nl > Huib Aldewereld, Roelant Ossewaarde, Roland Bijvank, Rudy van Belkom and Stefan Leijnen
An Agile Framework for Trustworthy AI
The ethics guidelines put forward by the AI High Level Expert Group (AI-HLEG) present a list of seven key requirements that Human-centered, trustworthy AI systems should meet. These guidelines are useful for the evaluation of AI systems, but can be complemented by applied methods and tools for the development of trustworthy AI systems in practice. In this position paper we propose a framework for translating the AI-HLEG ethics guidelines into the specific context within which an AI system operates. This approach aligns well with a set of Agile principles commonly employed in software engineering.
 · artificial-intelligence · not-read · project-nhl · responsible-ai

sts-news.medium.com > Lee Vinsel
You’re Doing It Wrong: Notes on Criticism and Technology Hype
1 feb. 2021 - Maybe more people are writing about the real and potential problems of technology today than ever before. That is mostly a good thing. The list of books and articles from the last few years that have nuanced and illuminating perspectives on the contemporary technological situation is rich and long.
 · academia · advertising · ai-ethics · algorithmic-regulation · artificial-intelligence · criti-hype · emerging-technologies · genetic-engineering · human-genome-project · nanotechnology · project-hva · social-media · surveillance-capitalism · technology

joanna-bryson.blogspot.com > Joanna Bryson
Three very different sources of bias in AI, and how to fix them
13 jul. 2017 - Since our Science paper came out it's been evident that people are surprised that machines can be biased. They assume machines are necessarily neutral and objective, which is in some sense true -- in the sense that there is no machine perspective or ethics. But to the extent an artefact is an element of our culture, it will always reflect bias.
 · accountability · algorithmic-bias · artificial-intelligence · black-struggle · machine-learning · racist-technology · tools-for-justice

www.oneworld.nl > Florentijn van Rootselaar
Hoe Nederland A.I. inzet voor etnisch profileren
14 jan. 2021 - China dat kunstmatige intelligentie inzet om Oeigoeren te onderdrukken: klinkt als een ver-van-je-bed-show? Ook Nederland (ver)volgt specifieke bevolkingsgroepen met algoritmes. Zoals in Roermond, waar camera's alarm slaan bij auto's met een Oost-Europees nummerbord.
 · algorithmic-bias · artificial-intelligence · china · dna · ethnic-profiling · facial-recognition · false-positives · netherlands · predictive-policing · racist-technology

medium.com > Ed Newton-Rex and Hendrik Vincent Koops
The Ethics of the AI Song Contest
18 oct. 2020 - Earlier this year, we were on the judging panel for the first international AI song contest. Run by Dutch national broadcaster VPRO, and inspired by Eurovision, the contest brought together 13 teams who battled it out, in front of the public and us judges, for supremacy in AI music. The idea wasn’t to have AI write an entire song – rather, it was to encourage human-AI collaboration.
 · ai-ethics · appropriating-the-commons · artificial-intelligence · copyright · eurovision-songfestival · music

philosophicaldisquisitions.blogspot.com > John Danaher
AI and the Value Alignment Problem
23 dec. 2020 - How do we make sure that an AI does the right thing? How could we do this when we ourselves don't even agree on what the right thing might be? In this episode, I talk to Iason Gabriel about these questions. Iason is a political theorist and ethicist currently working as a Research Scientist at DeepMind. His research focuses on the moral questions raised by artificial intelligence. His recent work addresses the challenge of value alignment, responsible innovation, and human rights. He has also been a prominent contributor to the debate about the ethics of effective altruism.
 · ai-ethics · artificial-intelligence · ethics · justice

www.nber.org > Alan L. Zhang, Baozhong Yang, Sean Cao and Wei Jiang
How to Talk When a Machine is Listening: Corporate Disclosure in the Age of AI
1 oct. 2020 - This paper analyzes how corporate disclosure has been reshaped by machine processors, employed by algorithmic traders, robot investment advisors, and quantitative analysts. Our findings indicate that increasing machine and AI readership, proxied by machine downloads, motivates firms to prepare filings that are more friendly to machine parsing and processing. Moreover, firms with high expected machine downloads manage textual sentiment and audio emotion in ways catered to machine and AI readers, such as by differentially avoiding words that are perceived as negative by computational algorithms as compared to those by human readers, and by exhibiting speech emotion favored by machine learning software processors. The publication of Loughran and McDonald (2011) is instrumental in attributing the change in the measured sentiment to machine and AI readership. While existing research has explored how investors and researchers apply machine learning and computational tools to quantify qualitative information from disclosure and news, this study is the first to identify and analyze the feedback effect on corporate disclosure decisions, i.e., how companies adjust the way they talk knowing that machines are listening.
 · artificial-intelligence · corporate-disclosure · not-read · transparency

ondermediadoctoren.nl
Afl 130: AI in het journalistieke proces
23 nov. 2020 - Tegenwoordig lijkt iedereen iets met AI te moeten en dat geldt ook voor de vertegenwoordigers van de pers. Zo gebruiken journalisten AI in hun proces van informatie zoeken. Hoe doen ze dat? En is dit goed of slecht voor de kwaliteit van de journalistiek? In deze aflevering verwonderen de Mediadoctoren zich over de inzet van AI in het journalistieke proces. Dat doen we met Yael de Haan, lector Kwaliteitsjournalistiek in Digitale Transitie aan de Hogeschool Utrecht.
 · artificial-intelligence · journalism · not-read · project-hva

ainowinstitute.org > Kate Crawford, Meredith Whittaker and Sarah Myers West
Discriminating Systems: Gender, Race, and Power in AI
1 apr. 2019 - The diversity crisis in AI is well-documented and wide-reaching. It can be seen in unequal workplaces throughout industry and in academia, in the disparities in hiring and promotion, in the AI technologies that reflect and amplify biased stereotypes, and in the resurfacing of biological determinism in automated systems.
 · artificial-intelligence · not-read · racist-technology

www.nytimes.com > Kashmir Hill
Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You?
21 nov. 2020 - The people in this story may look familiar, like ones you’ve seen on Facebook or Twitter or Tinder. But they don’t exist. They were born from the mind of a computer, and the technology behind them is improving at a startling pace.
 · artificial-intelligence · black-struggle · deepfakes · diversity · facial-recognition · gender · generative-adversarial-networks · project-hva · racist-technology

locusmag.com > Cory Doctorow
Past Performance is Not Indicative of Future Results
2 nov. 2020 - In “Full Employment“, my July 2020 column, I wrote, “I am an AI skeptic. I am baffled by anyone who isn’t. I don’t see any path from continuous improvements to the (admittedly impressive) ‘machine learning’ field that leads to a general AI any more than I can see a path from continuous improvements in horse-breeding that leads to an internal combustion engine.”
 · antropology · artificial-intelligence · correlation-causation · machine-learning · project-hva · recruitment · statistics · thick-description

decorrespondent.nl > Evgeny Morozov
Tegen dit verhaal over 5G kan geen samenzweringstheorie op
24 oct. 2020 - Amerika gaat de strijd aan met 5G-bouwer Huawei en andere Chinese technologiebedrijven. China’s antwoord: technologie bouwen die losstaat van de VS. En juist dat kan ervoor zorgen dat China technologisch veel geavanceerder en onafhankelijker uit deze handelsoorlog komt.
 · 5g · artificial-intelligence · china · de-americanization · dual-circulation · eu · export-controls · huawei · intellectual-property · nsa · patents · standardization · trade-wars · united-states

www.vpro.nl > Soraya Pol
De post-racistische planeet
4 oct. 2020 - Hoe ziet de wereld eruit zonder racisme? En hoe komen we tot zo'n wereld? Inzichten van pioniers die dagelijks werken aan een post-racistische samenleving worden afgewisseld met de persoonlijke zoektocht van documentairemaker Ikenna Azuike en zijn gemengde gezin. Hij worstelt met vragen als: Hoe praat je met je kind over racisme? Op welke wijze voed je kinderen op om in de toekomst een post-racistische wereld te bereiken? Wanneer verandert er echt iets? De experts die de post-racistische wereld vormgeven worden voorgesteld als futuristische Marvel-superhelden. Met: neuro-informaticus Sennay Ghebreab, psychosomatisch therapeut Camille Barton, schrijver en dichter Musa Okwonga, schrijfster en anti-racisme educator Layla F. Saad.
 · artificial-intelligence · black-struggle · education

www.vn.nl > Sennay Ghebreab
Ja, gezichtsherkenningstechnologie discrimineert - maar een verbod is niet de oplossing
5 oct. 2020 - Zoals de dood van George Floyd leidde tot wereldwijde protesten, zo deed de vooringenomen beeldverwerkingstechnologie PULSE dat in de wetenschappelijke wereld. Er werd opgeroepen tot een verbod, maar neuro-informaticus Sennay Ghebreab vraagt zich af of een digitale beeldenstorm het probleem oplost.
 · abolition · algorithmic-bias · amazon · artificial-intelligence · black-struggle · brain-reading · facial-recognition · false-positives · ibm · pulse · racist-technology · rekognition

www.infoq.com > Vivian Hu
The First Wave of GPT-3 Enabled Applications Offer a Preview of Our AI Future
12 aug. 2020 - The first wave of GPT-3 powered applications are emerging. After priming of only a few examples, GPT-3 could write essays, answer questions, and even generate computer code! Furthermore, GPT-3 can perform algebraic calculations and language translations despite never being taught such concepts. However, GPT-3 is a black box with unpredictable outcomes. Developers must use it responsively.
 · artificial-intelligence · data-science · gpt-3 · machine-learning · not-read

donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com > Donald Clark
TikTok; fascinating features for the future of learning…
Tik… Tok… the sound of the clock you used to hear in a room, when we had mechanical clocks. Isn’t it odd that a fantastically successful online service should be named after something users may never have actually heard, unless simulated digitally? To be fair it’s catchy and suggests time, a key feature of the platform, which delivers snappy, short videos.
 · artificial-intelligence · learning · tiktok

dailynous.com > Amanda Askell, Annette Zimmermann, C. Thi Nguyen, Carlos Montemayor, David Chalmers, GPT-3, Henry Shevlin, Justin Khoo, Regina Rini and Shannon Vallor
Philosophers On GPT-3 (updated with replies by GPT-3)
30 jul. 2020 - Nine philosophers explore the various issues and questions raised by the newly released language model, GPT-3, in this edition of Philosophers On.
 · algorithmic-art · algorithmic-bias · art · artificial-intelligence · chat-bots · consciousness · disinformation · freedom-of-speech · gpt-3 · justice · language · philosophy · plagiarism · racist-technology

newleftreview.org > Evgeny Morozov
Digital Socialism?
24 may. 2019 - What opportunities does the new feedback infrastructure of data capitalism offer for non-market forms of social coordination? Hayek and the Calculation Debate revisited in the age of big data.
 · algorithmic-regulation · amazon · artificial-intelligence · capitalism · cold-war · complexity · cybernetics · decentralization · deliberative-democracy · digital-socialism · feedback-infrastructure · fintech · friedrich-hayek · inequality · institutions · marxism · nudging · power · solidarity · uber

www.eurozine.com > Evgeny Morozov
Digital socialism
21 feb. 2020 - The great social democratic achievements of the twentieth century were in institutional innovation. By engaging with the risks posed to democracy by Big Tech, social democracy can both revive this tradition and reimagine its role.
 · antitrust · artificial-intelligence · capitalism · digital-socialism · inequality · infrastructure · institutions · justice · liberalism · libraries · neoliberalism · regulation · solidarity