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policy  aws 
yesterday by geetarista
China must take urgent action to push its private sector past a crisis of confidence | This Week In Asia | South China Morning Post
Wu Xiaoping, who was until recently an obscure investment banker turned internet entrepreneur, achieved instant notoriety last week when he posted a short essay on Chinese social media arguing that China’s private sector had played its historical role in assisting the leap forward of the public sector and should be phased out.

In its stead, a brand-new, more focused, and more united state-private mixed ownership sector with greater economies of scale would gain more prominence in the socialist ...
china  economic  policy 
yesterday by jayyy
Inside the Black Mirror World of Polygraph Job Screenings | WIRED
Commonly known as lie detectors, polygraphs are virtually unused in civilian life. They’re largely inadmissible in court and it’s illegal for most private companies to consult them. Over the past century, scientists have debunked the polygraph, proving again and again that the test can’t reliably distinguish truth from falsehood. At best, it is a roll of the dice; at worst, it’s a vessel for test administrators to project their own beliefs.
government  policy 
3 days ago by sandykoe
Meet the Economist Behind the One Percent’s Stealth Takeover of America
If Americans really knew what Buchanan thought and promoted, and how destructively his vision is manifesting under their noses, it would dawn on them how close the country is to a transformation most would not even want to imagine, much less accept.
economics  politics  corruption  policy 
3 days ago by HopelessSavage
The Golden Rule of Nudge - Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
This all reminds me of a general phenomenon, that “incentives matter” always seems like a good motto for other people, but we rarely seem to want it for ourselves. For example, there’s lots of talk about how being worried about losing your job is a good motivator to work hard (or, conversely, that a secure job is a recipe for laziness), but we don’t want job insecurity for ourselves. (Sure, lots of people who aren’t tenured professors or secure government employees envy those of us with secure jobs, and maybe they think we don’t deserve them, but I don’t think these people are generally asking for less security in their own jobs.)
psychology  government  policy 
3 days ago by atbradley
Guest Blogger: Amanda Levendowski - "How can we learn about the AI systems that might be used to surveil us? The federal trademark register has answers" — AI Initiative
It’s impossible for the public to engage in discourse about whether an AI system is fair, accountable, transparent or ethical if we don’t know that an AI system is being used to watch us—or if we don’t know the technology exists at all.
ai  policy  ethics  transparency  accountability 
4 days ago by jomc
Vietnam cyber law set for tough enforcement despite Google, Facebook pleas
"Vietnam is preparing to strictly enforce a new cybersecurity law requiring global technology companies to set up local offices and store data locally despite pleas from Facebook, Google and other firms, a government document showed. Vietnamese lawmakers approved the new law in June overriding strong objections from the business community, rights groups and Western governments including the United States, who said the measure would undermine economic development, digital innovation and further stifle political dissent. Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook and other big technology companies had hoped a draft decree on how the law would be implemented would soften provisions they find most objectionable. But the document seen by Reuters indicates those hopes are unlikely to materialize, potentially setting up a showdown over whether the companies will ultimately comply with the law or pull out of the country."
otf  vietnam  asia  SoutheastAsia  localization  datalocalization  law  policy 
4 days ago by dmcdev

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