There Is No A.I.newyorker.com/science/annals-of-artificial-intelligence/there-is-no-ai
There are ways of controlling the new technology—but first we have to stop mythologizing it.
OpenAI Used Kenyan Workers on Less Than $2 Per Hour: Exclusive | Timetime.com/6247678/openai-chatgpt-kenya-workers/
OpenAI used outsourced workers in Kenya earning less than $2 per hour to scrub toxicity from ChatGPT. Here's what to know.
Defective Altruism ❧ Current Affairscurrentaffairs.org/2022/09/defective-altruism/
<p>Socialism is the most effective altruism. Who needs anything else? The repugnant philosophy of “Effective Altruism” offers nothing to movements for global justice. </p>
The world needs a tech diet; here is how designers can helpessays.uxdesign.cc/tech-diet/
It’s time we bridge the gap between feel-good Design & Ethics panels and the work we do everyday as digital product designers.
Is This a Coup? Introducing The Counter - Insightzeynep.substack.com/p/is-this-a-coup-introducing-the-counter
We didn’t lose these state races because of gerrymandering, or lack of money, or any kind of Republican tampering with the electoral process. Our failure was political, and all the more inexcusable because it took place in a year when the opposing party had failed at governing so badly that it had racked up a body count. And still we couldn’t make the case.
The coming war on the hidden algorithms that trap people in poverty | MIT Technology Reviewtechnologyreview.com/2020/12/04/1013068/algorithms-create-a-poverty-trap-lawyers-fight-back/
A growing group of lawyers are uncovering, navigating, and fighting the automated systems that deny the poor from housing, jobs, and basic services.
We read the paper that forced Timnit Gebru out of Google. Here’s what it says | MIT Technology Reviewtechnologyreview.com/2020/12/04/1013294/google-ai-ethics-research-paper-forced-out-timnit-gebru/
The company's star ethics researcher highlighted the risks of large language models, which are key to Google's business.
To Understand Facebook Today, Read Its Earliest Critics | by Joanne McNeil | Oct, 2020 | OneZeroonezero.medium.com/to-understand-facebook-today-read-its-earliest-critics-ca2ca15480ab
Hardly a week goes by without another Facebook scandal. Frustration with Facebook and criticism of it — even despair over it and outright hatred of it — seems constant, evergreen. It’s been this way…
What’s missing from corporate statements on racial injustice? The real cause of racism. | MIT Technology Reviewtechnologyreview.com/2020/09/05/1008187/racial-injustice-statements-tech-companies-racism-racecraft-opinion/
On August 31, Airbnb launched Project Lighthouse, an initiative meant to “uncover, measure, and overcome discrimination” on the home-sharing platform. According to the company, Project Lighthouse will identify discrimination by measuring whether a renter’s perceived race correlates with differences in the rate or quality of that person’s bookings, cancellations, or reviews. This project comes amid…
Losers: Recovering Lost Property in Japan and the United States by Mark D. West :: SSRNpapers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm
This Article examines the lost property regime of Japan, which has one of the most impressive reputations in the world for returning lost property to its rightf
Humane by Designhumanebydesign.com/
Humane by Design is a resource that provides guidance for designing ethically humane digital products through patterns focused on user well-being.