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#Cyberculture agenda: “Mapping a new frontier” with Share Lab project..

In Uncategorized on May 28, 2017 at 14:12

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Mapping a new frontier

Part of a huge flow chart mapping the influence and connections of Mark Zuckerberg

Share Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world – Facebook….
For those of us who zone out during university lectures, the temptation multiplies when you taking classes from home. Next fall, a business school in France will try to stop online students from getting distracted with an AI app called Nestor. To jud…

The $80 billion question: Why are Bitcoin and Ethereum growing so fast?

A little over two months ago, Bitcoin achieved a symbolic milestone: After an intensive period of growth, the price of one Bitcoin surpassed the price of an ounce of gold.

Leaked Facebook guidelines say posts about ‘beating up fat kids’ are OK


Facebook has long struggled to adequately moderate its platform for potentially violent and abusive content. And a series of recently leaked guidelines and policies of its internal monitoring practices reveals all the chaos that goes behind the company’s efforts to curb harassment. The Guardian has published a massive trove of internal documents used to train Facebook moderators how to appropriately deal with potentially offensive messages and imagery on its platform. The large collection of manuals – pegged the Facebook Files – outlines the diverse and often conflicting set of rules the social media giant relies on when handling potentially abusive posts. These principles ultimately guide moderators…

Cyber security in an interconnected future

Is ‘ransomware’ threatening our homes and livelihoods and what security measures are expected as a result?

America’s dangerous Internet delusion

We embrace the “Internet of things” without recognizing that it is also the “Internet of hazards.”

Vía Erkan’s Field Diary http://ift.tt/2qpfQKz

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