Zuckerberg doesn’t want to acknowledge the need to confront hate on his platform. His simplistic vision of free speech is far from the lived realities so many people experience.
The Smartest People in the Room? What Silicon Valley’s Supposed Obsession with Tech-Free Private Schools Really Tells Us (lareviewofbooks.org)
Morgan G. Ames on the problem of letting Silicon Valley tech elites guide conversations on child development and schooling....
Dutch politician and thought leader Marietje Schaake has joined Access Now’s global board of directors. Schaake brings a global perspective and a sophisticated and strategic understanding of the key technological and policy debates of our time.
The company is once again blocking political-ad transparency tools, including The Globe’s
The following resources and books were hand-picked, and curated by one of our interns. They cover many topics of interest to data scientists, and most are rela…
Today, Mark Zuckerberg spoke at Georgetown University about the importance of protecting free expression.
A competition revealing the ways companies around the world are applying artificial intelligence (AI) to innovate industries and improve people’s lives.
Last updated Friday, October 18, 11:56 PM (UTC)