#Cyberculture agenda: “Reuters Institute’s media trends and predictions for 2021

RISJ’s senior research associate Nic Newman talks about new revenue models, the rise of entrepreneurial journalism and the possibilities unlocked by artificial intelligence

Government and private use of face recognition technology each present a wealth of concerns. Privacy, safety, and amplification of carceral bias are just some of the reasons why we must ban government use.

Google has suspended the corporate account of Margaret Mitchell, Timnit Gebru’s former co-lead of the Big G’s ethical AI division, claiming she shared thousands of internal files with people outside the company. A source told Axios that Mitchell had been using automated scripts to find messages showing discriminatory treatment of Gebru, whose recent ousting from the tech giant sparked outrage among colleagues.
“There is an almost certainty of political violence between now and Jan. 20.”
New research has dug into the openings that iOS and Android security provide for anyone with the right tools.

Most Popular Web Browsers 1993-2020


How India’s Soaperhero is helping highlight the importance of handwashing – BBC Media Action

Bernie Sanders’ casual mittens look goes viral on social media

US Senator Bernie Sanders’ casual appearance ignites the internet during President Joe Biden’s inauguration.


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