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The House We Live In — Real Life
Real Life is a magazine about living with technology. The emphasis is more on living. We publish one piece a day—essays, features, uncategorizable—four or five days a week. We launched with funding from Snapchat, but we operate with editorial independence and without ads.
surveillance.culture  panopticon  privacy  airbnb  signaling  dog.whistles 
16 days ago by po
UK businesses using artificial intelligence to monitor staff activity | Business | The Guardian
Dozens of UK business owners are using artificial intelligence to scrutinise staff behaviour minute-to-minute by harvesting data on who emails whom and when, who accesses and edits files and who meets whom and when.

The actions of 130,000 people in the UK and abroad are being monitored in real time by the Isaak system, which ranks staff members’ attributes.
AI  artificial  intelligence  work  employment  surveillance  technology  society  panopticon 
16 days ago by juliantait
Three "privacy moments" in the United States and the Unstoppable Panopticon
Three things are happening simultaneously: (1) we are generating personal data at a rapid and accelerating pace, (2) leaking these data to a growing number of sources through intentional and unintentional means (e.g. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  history  law  panopticon  privacy  theory 
5 weeks ago by ChristopherA
Jaron Lanier Interview on What Went Wrong With the Internet
«And then when you move out of the tech world, everybody’s struggling. It’s a very strange thing. The numbers show an economy that’s doing well, but the reality is that the way it’s doing well doesn’t give many people a feeling of security or confidence in their futures. It’s like everybody’s working for Uber in one way or another. Everything’s become the gig economy. And we routed it that way, that’s our doing. There’s this strange feeling when you just look outside of the tight circle of Silicon Valley, almost like entering another country, where people are less secure. It’s not a good feeling. I don’t think it’s worth it, I think we’re wrong to want that feeling.»
jaron-lanier  internet  silicon-valley  san-francisco  panopticon  tech  interviews 
9 weeks ago by brennen
Daniel Everett | Self Publish, Be Happy
Lately I’ve been occupied in thinking through the aesthetic decisions that go into non-consumer-facing, functional objects (security systems, industrial equipment, utility towers, etc.) and the motivations that inform their appearance. As an outgrowth of that, I’ve also been focused on the unintentional abstractions of progress, seen especially in the physical marks that are left by the systems we use to organize and construct space.
art  panopticon 
december 2018 by craniac

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