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China’s Social Credit System puts its people under pressure to be model citizens
It is a question Chinese authorities have been exploring for more than ten years. When the plan to construct a Social Credit System was first proposed in 2007, the primary goal was to restore market order by leveraging the financial creditworthiness of businesses and individuals.

The scope of the project has gradually infiltrated other aspects of daily life.

Actions that can now harm one’s personal credit record include not showing up to a restaurant without having cancelled the reservation, cheating in online games, leaving false product reviews, and jaywalking.
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2 hours ago by Jibarosoy
Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras - The New York Times
Some places are further along than others. Invasive mass-surveillance software has been set up in the west to track members of the Uighur Muslim minority and map their relations with friends and family, according to software viewed by The New York Times.

“This is potentially a totally new way for the government to manage the economy and society,” said Martin Chorzempa, a fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.

“The goal is algorithmic governance,” he added.
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2 hours ago by Jibarosoy
Centripetal Networks
Centripetal Networks is a cyber-security solutions provider specializing in Active Network Defense. Centripetal’s RuleGATE operationalizes threat intelligence at scale, which drives an active cyber defense without impacting network performance.
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11 hours ago by kpieper876
Sales and marketing working in tandem – organizational Holy Grail or the new reality?
"Marketing and Sales working in harmony for the greater good...or fighting like a bag of cats. Salesforce's State of Marketing Report suggests progress."
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18 hours ago by jonerp
‎Lensa Photo Editor on the App Store
I upvoted Lensa on Product Hunt: AI powered photo editing app at December 14, 2018 at 09:13AM
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2 days ago by iamthefury
The Expensive Superficiality of M.F.A. Programs, by Charlie Tyson – The Chronicle of Higher Education
In today’s M.F.A. programs, Fine concludes, "learning to think takes priority over learning to make." But do M.F.A. students learn to think well? Art schools require students to justify and explain their art in highly theoretical terms, but give them no adequate instruction in philosophy, literature, or any other discursive field that prizes subtle distinctions or analytical clarity. M.F.A. candidates are assigned books by Fredric Jameson, Jacques Rancière, Alain Badiou, and other prophets bellowing down from the cliffs of high theory. But the students seldom do more than skim the reading, Fine reports, so as to reserve the bulk of their time for work in the studio. Seminar discussions of these complicated theoretical texts — led, typically, by professional artists, not art historians, literary theorists, or philosophers — do little to explicate the ideas. Students are encouraged to invoke theory, Fine suggests, as a way of claiming authority. The actual texts often remain unread.

The problem, as I see it, isn’t that M.F.A. students are being educated in what is sometimes dismissively called "bad philosophy." We can, and should, argue about the merits of the various theorists in the art-school canon, and about how much theory artists need in the first place. The problem is that this education in theory, supposedly central, is superficial: The thinkers are too often reduced to slogans or catchwords. (Scholars in the humanities are not immune to this kind of posturing, but judging from Fine’s account, it seems rarer there.) That we get artist statements quoted here that begin, "I question modernity, while constantly interrogating Cartesian duality …" — blind lumbering in the dark plains of philosophy — results not from student incompetence but from misplaced expectations.
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2 days ago by timmarkatos
AI Chatbot features | – AI Chatbot
I upvoted ChatBot on Product Hunt: Build your chatbot without coding at December 13, 2018 at 04:06PM
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2 days ago by iamthefury
Using Machine Learning To Find Employees Who Can Scale With Your Business
"Betting on solid data and personalization at scale, on the other hand, delivers real results. Real data slices through the probabilities and is the best equalizer there is at eradicating conscious and unconscious biases from hiring decisions."
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2 days ago by jonerp
Is AI an asset to hiring, or will it bring us down a sinkhole of algorithmic bias?
"In the aftermath of Amazon abandoning its AI hiring initiative, AI for HR remains a volatile topic. This fall, Montage issued fresh data on AI in HR. My exchange with Kurt Heikkinen, President and CEO of Montage, brought the debate into focus."
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2 days ago by jonerp

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