Phil 8.21.19

City Arts & Lectures: Privacy and Technology

  • This week, a conversation about privacy, ethics, and organizing in the world of technology.Who benefits from the lack of diversity in the tech industry? Does artificial intelligence reflect the biases of those who create it? How can we push for regulation and transparency?  These are some of the questions discussed by our guests, Meredith Whittaker, co-founder of AI Now at NYU and the founder of Google’s Open Research Institute; and Kade Crockford, Director of the ACLU Massachusetts’ Technology and Liberty Program. They appeared at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco on June 7, 2019.

7:00 – 8:00 ASRC GOES

  • Printed out some business cards for JuryRoom
  • Antonio has submitted the manuscript – created a TAAS account and verified that its there
  • Dissertation
    • Finished 0.5 pass at chapter 1!
  • Goddard today
    • See if I can get a permanent card? Done!
    • More control system work
  • Meeting with Wayne
    • Send the as-delivered TAAS paper and cover letter. Done
    • Work on getting the ML/Weapons paper reformatted tomorrow
    • Send chapter one of the dissertation
    • I’ll then start sending the chapters as I “complete” them, and we’ll see how it’s going. If the dissertation seems to be coming together well, then we might switch strategies to a from a content-centric to a coherence-centric approach.