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14 Aug 2019
Security expert Jonathan Craymer FRSA is testing a new and potentially revolutionary form of authentication for our personal devices.
31 May 2019
Ana Chubinidze FRSA
Policymakers and algorithm coders should be the ones educated about the ethical and societal issues associated with using personalised online content, not consumers.
23 May 2019
Location tracking and facial recognition are altering the boundaries between public and private.
06 Mar 2019
Information, information, information... In all its guises, online, in print, by word of mouth, it’s all around us – created, read, shared, commented upon at a greater pace than ever before in human history.
27 Nov 2018
The grand international committee's hearing with Facebook was no more than showmanship at a time when the public needs platforms and policymakers to come together in the struggle against disinformation.
26 Oct 2018
"Every previous industrial revolution has tended to bring labour from the countryside to the towns. The current revolution could be the first one to start reversing that process."
06 Aug 2018
The technologies currently being developed and rolled out will have fundamental consequences for future economic activity. Graham Norris FRSA argues that when talking about the future of work, we need to ditch the suggestion that there will be some transition endpoint and embrace the fact that change will continue to accelerate.
22 Jul 2018
Joshua, Mark, Terence, and Danny work at Nexus Frontier Tech and are guest blogging for the RSA on what government should take into consideration when designing a roadmap for ethical AI.
11 May 2018
Matthew Taylor discusses why we cannot tolerate the use of AI in advertising.
11 Mar 2018
Julian Crib FRSA responds to the RSA ANZ blogging challenge, hosted in collaboration with 92Y as part of the Seven Days of Genius Festival - a global festival celebrating the power of new ideas. Julian contemplates whether humans can learn to think collaboratively to tackle the greatest risks we face as a species.
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