In a growing trend for acquiring personal data for third party benefits, as described by surveillance capitalism, apps have been stealing the contents of your device’s accessible working memory*, the clipboard.
This is an interview for IBM’s SpacePod podcast series, discussing the impact of data and technology on spatial intelligence, with thoughts about the effect the current COVID-19 pandemic is having on our relationship with space.
This is a part of a series of posts analysing the data being published about the spread of COVID-19. The focus is on the cumulative number of deaths reported. If you find such data upsetting, please do not view this post.
This post provided a daily update of COVID-19 data shared by John Hopkins University. It shows the trending lines for countries with the highest number of reported deaths and summarises key data changes up to 1 May 2020
Should we be recruiting instead of procuring AI? What is the lifecycle for an AI product or service? Who is responsible for unexpected outcomes? These were some of the challenges discussed at a recent workshop…Read More
When we get machines to detect human emotions, what are they ‘seeing’? Is it the emotion we feel inside, or the emotion we are expressing to the outside world? The two can be very different.. and both can be difficult to ‘read’.