transparency in the media 2019
Virtually all newspaper websites contain bits of code that facilitate data exchange with advertisers and social media companies.
By Paul C. Adams
What is it about the anthology serial narrative that enables the speculative fiction of Black Mirror to capture the workings of surveillance culture so uniquely?
By Øyvind Vågnes
Developments in computers, big data and artificial intelligence are just the latest instances of an ongoing accumulation of human competencies in technology.
By Lars Nyre
What does it mean for algorithms and AI to be transparent, and how does that contribute to AI ethics?
By Nicholas Diakopoulos
Using drones in visual storytelling is already ubiquitous.
By Turo Uskali
In the last several years, humanoid sex dolls have become available, robot brothels have opened, and an abundance of research and development is now underway targeted both to make robots more humanoid and to equip them for intimate behavior.
By Deborah G. Johnson