How can dark sousveillance inform AI development?
Building on Mann's idea of sousveillance - defined by him as “enhancing the ability of people to access and collect data about their surveillance and to neutralize surveillance”
On Software Engineering, Health-Tech and Ethics
A little over 50 years ago, a computer programming student called Charley Kline
sat down at a computer in UCLA and sent the first message over the internet, to
a computer 400 miles away at the Stanford Research Institute. Intended to be the
word "login", the computer crashed after the