Rebecca MacKinnon discusses how we might develop and deploy standards for fairness in artificial intelligence and algorithm-based applications.
Kate Klonick takes on misconceptions about what AI is and what it can be.
"Problems we’ve left unchecked and unnegotiated in our digital forums are now, thanks in part to AI, spilling over into our physical streets and plazas."
Erika Hayasaki talks about how to scrub the human out of artificial intelligence.
David Kaye writes on content moderation and the enduring and essential human element of it.
Noam Cohen talks about the place and perception of tech companies in the social world.
Jasmina Tešanović talks about "Casa Jasmina," a space for innovation she helped establish in Turin, Italy.
Paul Dourish examines the possibility that AI isn't really any smarter than the humans who enable it.
Peggy Weil talks about the ability of new computers to hoodwink us.
Bruce Sterling writes about the efficacy of an ethics manifesto by AI programmers.