Let’s Teach Computer Science Majors to Be Good Citizens. The Whole World Depends on It. [Núñez, Mayhew, Shaheen, & Dahl]

Let’s Teach Computer Science Majors to Be Good Citizens. The Whole World Depends on It. — from edsurge.com by Anne-Marie Núñez, Matthew J. Mayhew, Musbah […]

DC: Several items that (again) point out the need to tread lightly with Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and the future of national security — from news.asu.edu Excerpt: Artificial intelligence is a “world-altering” technology that represents “the most powerful tools in generations […]

How a Discriminatory Algorithm Wrongly Accused Thousands of Families of Fraud [Geiger]

How a Discriminatory Algorithm Wrongly Accused Thousands of Families of Fraud — from vice.com by Gabriel Geiger; with thanks to Sam DeBrule for this resource […]

Items re: AI — via Sam DeBrule’s “Machine Learnings” e-Newsletter

From DSC: The items below are from Sam DeBrule’s Machine Learnings e-Newsletter. #Awesome “Sonoma County is adding artificial intelligence to its wildfire-fighting arsenal. The county has […]

The Chegg situation is worse than you think [Feldstein]

The Chegg situation is worse than you think — from eliterate.us by Michael Feldstein Excerpts: Forbes just ran with an article entitled “This $12 Billion […]

Could 2021 Be The Year Of Civil Justice Reform? [Bayles]

Could 2021 Be The Year Of Civil Justice Reform? — from law360.com by Cara Bayles Excerpt: Now, any tenant in Boulder, regardless of means, can […]

AI: One positive article and one negative article

From DSC: An interesting, more positive use of AI here: Deepdub uses AI to dub movies in the voice of famous actors — from protocol.com […]

DC: This is not right! When will there be justice?! We need to help Native American colleges, universities, & communities out!

The Digital Divide for Tribal College Students — COVID, CARES Act, and Critical Next Steps — from diverseeducation.com Excerpt: In this episode staff writer Sara […]

Reflections on “Pushback is growing against automated proctoring services. But so is their use” [Young]

Pushback is growing against automated proctoring services. But so is their use — from edsurge.com by Jeffrey R. Young Excerpt: Many students have pushed back, […]

Besides the use of drones (especially by governments), this is yet another slippery slope [Christian]

This startup is using AI to give workers a “productivity score” — from technologyreview.com by Will Douglas Enaible is one of a number of new […]

As the technologies get more powerful, so do the ramifications/consequences. [Christian]

DC: As the technologies get more powerful, so do the ramifications/consequences. #AI #emergingtechnologies #society #politics #elections https://t.co/QnDfIjOdOf — Daniel Christian (@dchristian5) June 8, 2020 From […]

The slippery slope of using drones — especially when it’s governments doing it

From DSC: I can’t help but reflect on how slippery the slope is when we start talking about using drones — especially as sponsored and […]

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