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.
Fair Is Not the Default - Library - Google Designdesign.google/library/fair-not-default/
Why building inclusive tech takes more than good intentions
Why we should bulldoze the business school | News | The Guardiantheguardian.com/news/2018/apr/27/bulldoze-the-business-school
The long read: There are 13,000 business schools on Earth. That’s 13,000 too many. And I should know – I’ve taught in them for 20 years
De l’automatisation des inégalités | InternetActu.netinternetactu.net/2018/01/15/de-lautomatisation-des-inegalites/
Dans une récente tribune pour le New York Times, lavocate Elisabeth Mason (@elismason1), directrice du Laboratoire pauvreté et technologie qui ...
Quelle éthique pour le design ? | InternetActu.netinternetactu.net/2017/09/18/quelle-ethique-pour-le-design/
Le designer Gauthier Roussilhe (blog) est parti à la rencontre de 12 designers à travers lEurope pour parler déthique appliquée à leur ...
guest post: artificial intelligence discovers gayface. sigh. – scatterplotscatter.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/guest-post-artificial-intelligence-discovers-gayface-sigh/
The following is a guest post by Greggor Mattson. AI Can’t Tell if You’re Gay… But it Can Tell if You’re a Walking Stereotype. [First published September 9th. This post has been updated with subsequent information, denoted by square brackets, cited on this resource of responses to the story by tweeters, bloggers, media, and Kosinski himself].…
Uber has crossed the line from motivating employees to actively manipulating them — Quartzqz.com/930860/what-is-the-purpose-of-happiness/
The gig economy is supposed to be a tradeoff: In exchange for foregoing the stability of a steady income and health benefits, workers get more freedom and flexibility. But it’s becoming increasingly clear that, in some cases, workers are giving up a lot more than they get in return. A recent article in the New...