Tag: Ethics

Naivete and the Fight Against Facial Recognition

The fight against facial recognition and its reflection of systemic racism in algorithms and the training data sets fails to see the context for why the technology will likely continue to be developed. The bigger issue isn’t facial recognition but the “fake it till you make it” culture of software development that ships tools that.

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Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR: VRX 2016 Featuring Daniel W. Rasmus

Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR Last December, Dan participated in panel titled ‘Navigating the ethical and social impacts of VR’ at VRX San Fransisco. This post includes the original panel copy and list of speakers, along with the audio of the session. Serious Insights thanks VRX for the us of this file..

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