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Welcome to the Tethix Archipelago: an experiment in using virtual spaces for learning and collaboration

The story of how and why I built an entire pixel-based virtual world in Gather that the Tethix team now uses as our office and learning playground.

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Day in the life of a responsible firekeeper: your journey from installing to embodying ETHOS

How will your day-to-day practice change if your organization decides to embrace responsible firekeeping and install the Tethix ETHOS app? An exploration for the Tethix blog on how we can challenge agile firefighting by embodying our ETHOS.

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A polar bear cub is harmed every time you use ChatGPT

I know, I know, the title of this post is atrociously click-baity. But if we allow Big Tech to get away with making outrageous claims about how their technology is saving humanity and release software that hallucinates, I hope you can forgive me for using the same tactic to bring up an important ...

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Can you imagine different devices?

Can you imagine how different our phones and other devices would be if they weren’t designed in Silicon Valley, where the individual is the center of the universe, where winning is always the goal?

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2023 what a time to … reclaim

2023, what a time to be alive. The perfect time to spark change and reclaim time as our own.

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Blog update and the importance of nurturing your place on the web

Updating a blog in 2023 might seem like an outdated concept, with everyone jumping on Substack, writing LinkedIn posts, and looking for a worthy Twitter replacement. But as a firm believer in owning your content, I decided to rethink this blog and the type of content I publish on here.

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Leaning into our messy human experiences in a world of generative AI

I’m probably not alone in having a bit of an existential crisis as I see generative AI convincingly imitate human skills. Sure, you can argue that these AI models are just reshuffling words and pixels and other bits of language, but a lot of the work humans do can be described in similar ways. Th...

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Questioning the magic of digital oracles and the men behind the AI curtain

We seem to have an affinity towards the belief that we can influence the world through spells, prayers, incantations, affirmations. And now digital oracles have emerged on our screens that we can bend to our will through spells that have been rebranded as prompts. We call the digital oracles arti...

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CAT Volunteer Profile: Alja Isaković

As part of a series of profiles on ClimateAction.tech (CAT) volunteers, I answered a couple of questions on climate action and related topics for the CAT blog.

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Responsible AI needs responsible humans – like you

It’s great to see people talking about responsibility and AI in the same sentence. But the phrase “responsible AI” is really starting to bother me. It implies that responsibility is somehow a feature of machine learning models. It shifts our attention away from activities where humans should be t...

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Our world needs more Collaborative Experience Design

Did you see Apple’s demo of their fancy ski goggles Vision Pro headset? Technically impressive, for sure, yet somehow it assumes most people will be using it alone in their unrealistically spacious and tidy apartments (or willing to look like robots when interacting with their own kids). Yes, the...

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Resources Are All You Need (to demystify ChatGPT and the generative AI tsunami)

If you visit any news or social media website, you’ll likely stumble upon articles about ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence (AI) tools. Opinion pieces, interviews with experts, latest and greatest prompting tips… Among all the buzz and noise, it can be hard to find quality resources to und...

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