New publication — Youth and Cyberbullying: Another Look — in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month. Learn more about ways parents, bystanders, educators, Internet companies, and governments can respond to #cyberbullying. Read here: cyber.harvard.edu/publication… #yamspotlight pic.twitter.com/PJe1oVjROc
What do we know about youth and #AI? @SandraCortesi is sharing their imaginaries, from research of the youth and media team at @BKCHarvard, & concerns that youth don't have a say in AI development, yet are affected by deployment in schools. Concerned about wellbeing & privacy.
Algorithms were touted as the answer to creating more equitable recruitment practices, but when data is encoded with bias, they can “propagate the status-quo, and all of the inherent biases that come with it” – @mutalenkonde via @HarvardBiz hbr.org/2019/11/is-ai-…
Son muchísimas las mujeres que contribuyen al campo de la IA. En nuestro último libro (colectivo y de convocatoria abierta) 14 mujeres latinoamericanas abordan, junto a otros autores, trabajos e investigaciones sobre inteligencia artificial y bienestar. lom.cl/e42cff32-860e-… twitter.com/claudiapineiro…
🚨OPEN CALL FOR FELLOWS 🚨 BKC is accepting fellowship applications for the 2020-2021 academic year! Deadline to apply is 1/31/20
In this @WIRED piece, I share my thoughts why it’s important to involve youth in decisions about next-gen technologies that have long-term societal effects. And how it could be done. cc: @YouthandMedia @BKCHarvard #IGF2019 twitter.com/BKCHarvard/sta…