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A story of how stories changed as we untethered them from the land, and how we might remember stories that lead us back to the land and rewrite current stories.Watch on TikTok
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?Watch on TikTok
2023, what a time to be alive. The perfect time to spark change and reclaim time as our own.Watch on TikTok
The way we practice agile software development is broken. Constant sprinting and demands for delivering “business value” leave little room for ethical debates and treat developers as code monkeys. We can and should do better.Watch on TikTok
Part 1 of sharing my personal experience with how computer scientists tend to dismiss AI ethics as a distraction from the “real” and “hard” artificial intelligence research.Watch on TikTok
Responsible tech communities worth checking out. Most of them are Slack based, be sure to check out their newsletters as well.
- All Tech Is Human
- Ethical Design Network
- Work On Climate
- Center for Humane Technology
Thoughts on how we can temper the generative AI flame and not get caught in its harms & hype narratives, but instead explore rainbow mirrors through experimentation and imagination.Watch on TikTok
Exploring fire as an analogy for technology. Instead of starting fires with the “move fast break things” approach, it’s time we started exploring responsible firekeeping with Elemental Ethics.Watch on TikTok
You don’t have to dance with the fire of generative AI just because everyone else is. The path of a responsible firekeeper beckons.Watch on TikTok
We can only guess what the environmental costs of training and using ChatGPT and other similar large language models. It’s time for OpenAI to take responsibility for the impact they have on the environment!Watch on TikTok
As we introduce more AI and algorithmic decision making into tools we use for work, it becomes increasingly important to demand greater transparency and better appeal processes with more humans in the loop.
- Timnit Gebru’s LinkedIn post
- Programs to detect AI discriminate against non-native English speakers, shows study