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Big Brother’s Blind Spot | Joanne McNeil
> Surveillance technology is "deliberately so obscured and mystified and controlled by so few people, it makes it very difficult for people to imagine things being a different way." [Nabil Hassein] Without knowing why this technology is deployed, or how it works, or who controls it, why would anyone presume it challenges existing power structures?

> Surveillance is "Orwellian when accurate, Kafkaesque when inaccurate," Privacy International’s Frederike Kaltheuner told me.
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14 days ago by tarakc02
AI Gaydar and Other Stories of the Death of Ignorance
Makes a good point: we often assume that more information is better, but there are a number of situations in which we wish to withhold information from ourselves. How can we choose to not know, when it seems AI knows everything?  article  artificial-intelligence  ethics 
15 days ago by emsih
Stop “feeding” your users
What do Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Twitter, and LinkedIn, all have in common? They use crazy powerful machine learning to help users sort through a ton of content to find things they actually want to see.
artificial-intelligence  design  feed  machine-learning  ux 
4 weeks ago by kogakure
A machine has figured out Rubik’s Cube all by itself - MIT Technology Review
"Perhaps. The real test, of course, will be how this approach copes with more complex problems such as protein folding. We’ll be watching to see how it does."
stats:machine-learning  artificial-intelligence 
4 weeks ago by phnk

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