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The Conservatism of Emoji: Work, Affect, and Communication
This piece examines emoji as conduits for affective labor in the social networks of informational capitalism. Emoji, ubiquitous digital images that can appear in text messages, emails, and socialExpand
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Better, Nicer, Clearer, Fairer: A Critical Assessment of the Movement for Ethical Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
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This paper uses frame analysis to examine recent high-profile values statements endorsing ethical design for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML). Expand
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Co-Designing Checklists to Understand Organizational Challenges and Opportunities around Fairness in AI
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We found that AI fairness checklists could provide organizational infrastructure for formalizing ad-hoc processes and empowering individual advocates. Expand
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Facial recognition, emotion and race in animated social media
  • Luke Stark
  • Computer Science
  • First Monday
  • 1 September 2018
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Facial recognition systems are increasingly common components of commercial smart phones such as the iPhone X and the Samsung Galaxy S9. Expand
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Privacy Norms and Preferences for Photos Posted Online
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We are surrounded by digital images of personal lives posted online. Expand
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Data Is the New What? Popular Metaphors & Professional Ethics in Emerging Data Culture
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A growing list of high-profile controversies involving the social impacts of ar- tificial intelligence systems (AI), digital data collection and algorithmic analy- sis have forced difficult conversations around the ethics of data-intensive digi- tal technologies and so-called "big data" research. Expand
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When not to design, build, or deploy
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Recent debate within the FAT* community has focused on how the field conceptualizes the problems it seeks to address, what approach the field should take in attempting to address these problems, and whether to even pursue some of the proposed remedies. Expand
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Albert Ellis, rational therapy and the media of ‘modern’ emotional management
This article explores the development of therapeutic psychological techniques for emotional management as exemplified by Albert Ellis’s development of rational therapy (RT) in the 1950s and 1960s. AExpand
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"I Don't Want Someone to Watch Me While I'm Working": Gendered Views of Facial Recognition Technology in Workplace Surveillance
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We find that women are much less likely than men to approve of the use of cameras using facial recognition technology (FRT) in the workplace, and explore the role of privacy attitudes in mediating views on workplace surveillance. Expand
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