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Fake news, harassment, and the robot threat: Some numbers

Lee Rainie, of Pew Research, is giving a talk at a small pre-conference event I’m at. I’m a Lee Rainie and Pew Lifetime Fan. [DISCLAIMERS: These are just some points Lee made. I undoubtedly left out important qualifiers. I’m sure I got things wrong, too. If I were on a connection that got more than […] Continue reading

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Fake news, harassment, and the robot threat: Some numbers

Lee Rainie, of Pew Research, is giving a talk at a small pre-conference event I’m at. I’m a Lee Rainie and Pew Lifetime Fan. [DISCLAIMERS: These are just some points Lee made. I undoubtedly left out important qualifiers. I’m sure I got things wrong, too. If I were on a connection that got more than […] Continue reading

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Three Chaotic podcasts

My book Everyday Chaos launched last week. Yay! As part of the launch, I gave some talks and interviews. Here are three of the conversations, three three great interviewers: Leonard Lopate, WBAI Hidden Forces podcast Berkman Klein book talk, and conver… Continue reading

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[SPOILER] If it’s really a game of thrones, here’s how Game of Thrones should end

SPOILER ALERT: I’m writing this hours before the final episode and will spoil prior episodes. Based on the end of Episode 5 of Season 8 — the penultimate episode — it sure looks like Arya is on her way to kill Dany. But that’d be a cop out. I hope GoT goes all Red Weddingon us. […] Continue reading

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Forbes on 4 lessons from Everyday Chaos

Joe McKendrick at Forbes has posted a concise and thoughtful column about Everyday Chaos, including four rules to guide your expectations about machine learning. It’s great to see a pre-publication post so on track about what the book says and how it applies to business. Continue reading

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Forbes on 4 lessons from Everyday Chaos

Joe McKendrick at Forbes has posted a concise and thoughtful column about Everyday Chaos, including four rules to guide your expectations about machine learning. It’s great to see a pre-publication post so on track about what the book says and how it applies to business. Continue reading

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Forbes on 4 lessons from Everyday Chaos

Joe McKendrick at Forbes has posted a concise and thoughtful column about Everyday Chaos, including four rules to guide your expectations about machine learning. It’s great to see a pre-publication post so on track about what the book says and how it applies to business. Continue reading

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Forbes on 4 lessons from Everyday Chaos

Joe McKendrick at Forbes has posted a concise and thoughtful column about Everyday Chaos, including four rules to guide your expectations about machine learning. It’s great to see a pre-publication post so on track about what the book says and how it applies to business. Continue reading

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[liveblog][bkc] Algorithmic fairness

I’m at a special Berkman Klein Center Tuesday lunch, a panel on “Programming the Future of AI: Ethics, Governance, and Justice” with Cynthia Dwork, Christopher L. Griffin, Margo I. Seltzer, and Jonathan L. Zittrain, in a discussion moderated by Chris Bavitz. NOTE: Live-blogging. Getting things wrong. Missing points. Omitting key information. Introducing artificial choppiness. Over-emphasizing […]

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