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(1) The Verge on Twitter: "AI camera operator repeatedly confuses bald head for soccer ball during live stream" / Twitter
(1) Sasha Costanza-Chock on Twitter: "If you are one of those 'skeptics' who STILL has a hard time understanding that imaging technologies across many fields have skin-tone bias, just, fuck all the way off." / Twitter
Managed by Bots: surveillance of gig economy workers | Privacy International
El Censelio on Twitter: "US rejects calls for regulating or banning ‘killer robots’ US official proposes ‘non-binding code of conduct’ at United Nations but campaigners disagree" / Twitter
El Censelio on Twitter: "IG comienza a pedir reconocimiento facial a sus usuarios 🤦🏽‍♂️" / Twitter
Martín on Twitter: "" / Twitter
Surveillance Killjoy on Twitter: "TIL that accurately naming what Facebook does is now considered “pejorative.”" / Twitter
CNN on Twitter: "Customers with disabilities across the country have been overcharged by Uber since 2016 for allegedly taking too long to load into their designated vehicle, according to a federal civil lawsuit filed by the Justice Department" / Twitter
El Censelio on Twitter: "Algorithmic tracking is ‘damaging mental health’ of UK workers Report by MPs and peers says monitoring worker performance using AI should be regulated by law" / Twitter
Carissa Véliz on Twitter: "No, machines are not learning good. They are not learning ethics. They are learning to *mimic* moral language. There's a difference. To learn ethics, they would need to have an understanding of right and wrong that goes well beyond language. #AIEthics" / Twitter
Martín Suárez on Twitter: "Trabajadores despedidos por un algoritmo El nuevo reto al que se enfrenta el movimiento obrero ante el avance desmesurado de la tecnología. La falta de legislación y regulación sobre el tema y la necesidad de una tecnología ética Mi nota en @tiempoarg" / Twitter
Motorist fined after CCTV confuses his number plate with woman’s T-shirt | UK news | The Guardian
ウィアブー リンデン on Twitter: "The Google search summary vs the actual page" / Twitter
Amazon copied products and rigged search results, documents show
Something Weird Is Happening on Facebook – Political Orphans
Amazon Has to Disclose How Algorithms Judge Workers Per New Law
Joseph Cox (AFK) on Twitter: "New: Amazon has AI cameras installed in its delivery vans; decide whether drivers get money. But the cameras are flawed, penalizing drivers when ~they~ get cut off by other cars, making them lose pay. "Really dystopian dark, robotic voice, shouts at me"" / Twitter
Overcoming Bias : Elite Biases Make Policy Biases
Revolt of the NYC Delivery Workers
(1) DiscussingFilm on Twitter: "Warner Bros has signed a deal for a AI-driven film management system which will help decision-making for greenlighting certain films. The AI system can assess an actor’s value in any territory and how much a film is expected to earn in theaters. (Source:" / Twitter
(1) Jonathan Bayfield on Twitter: "This is a pretty comprehensive takedown on how #Uber's apps have taken advantage of employees and consumers at the same time. by @doctorow in @MRKR" / Twitter
.CL on Twitter: "Municipalidad de Las Condes pagó $352 millones a #Idemia, sin previa licitación, por software de #reconocimientofacial que no funciona y hace uso legalmente cuestionable de base de datos de la @PDI_CHILE." / Twitter
Facebook apology as AI labels black men 'primates' - BBC News
Luchadoras on Twitter: ""La Violencia algorítmica 👾 usa los mismos argumentos (patriarcales) pre-digitales...para justificar la toma de decisiones desequilibradas" Natalia Ríos escribe sobre el capitalismo de datos ⛔y la posibilidad de crear juntas una #InternetFeminista👩‍💻💥" / Twitter
EFF on Twitter: "ShotSpotter is inaccurate. ShotSpotter is too secretive. ShotSpotter changes findings that support police claims. ShotSpotter enables police to arrest people for scant evidence. ShotSpotter is dangerous. ShotSpotter does not work." / Twitter
Pluralistic: 19 Aug 2021 – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow
A man spent a year in jail on a murder charge that hinged on disputed AI evidence. Now the case has been dropped • The Register
Damien P. Williams, MA, MSc, ABD, Patternist on Twitter: "Anyway, here's the Reuters article about how the Afghans and allies are trying to get wipe their databases of facial matches, biometrics, and other sensitive data before— and I cannot stress this enough— the FUCKING Taliban gets their hands on them:" / Twitter
Amazon will monitor workers' keystrokes to 'combat data theft'
Lona Documentation — Lona
Maia Szalavitz on Twitter: "at last... my article on how trauma survivors are being denied pain care bc algorithms..." / Twitter
Xsolla fires 150 employees using big data and AI analysis, CEO’s letter causes controversy | Game World Observer
Want your unemployment benefits? You may have to submit to facial recognition first - CNN
Apple sued in nightmare case involving teen wrongly accused of shoplifting, driver's permit used by impostor, and unreliable facial-rec tech • The Register
"Un algoritmo me echó": Amazon acusada de despedir a empleados automáticamente
Inti 🌿 on Twitter: "En Rappi colombia van a vacunar a los empleados que más pedaleen y más horas estén conectados. Ni black mirror se animó a tanto." / Twitter
Amazon is using algorithms with little human intervention to fire Flex workers | Ars Technica
Hospitals are selling treasure troves of medical data — what could go wrong? - The Verge
@mikko on Twitter: "Saw this at a defense fair. Yes, that is a gun." / Twitter
Lethal Autonomous Weapons Exist; They Must Be Banned - IEEE Spectrum
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King County is first in the country to ban facial recognition software | KOMO
Teachers' grades biased to more 'agreeable' pupils, claim psychologists - BBC News
Yale study shows class bias in hiring based on few seconds of speech | YaleNews
(1) Patrick Gerard on Twitter: "Facebook is pushing that "share a memory" junk where they make custom videos out of your old photos to boost engagement and I just literally got shown a bunch of happy cartoon characters dancing on my mom's grave. 🤦‍♂️" / Twitter
(1) Access Now on Twitter: "Attention Spotify users ⬇️ Spotify's patent for a technology — that listens to us to detect emotional state, gender, age, or accent to supposedly better recommend music — was approved. We are calling on the company to drop the patent." / Twitter