A conversation with Ivana Bartoletti
A grown and wild digital ecosystem based on an attention economy, engaging business model and behavioral advertising is editing reality thus becoming a vital policymaker. The utopic idea of the Internet and the existing perceptions of AI and robots, or as Meredith Broussard coined it Technochauvinism, is being challenged and rethought.
Where lies a link between technology and justice? Is a relationship between competition and privacy laws on a good path? Why is ethics an important factor in the digital surroundings?
In a new episode of the k/talks podcast with Ivana Bartoletti, a Technical Director at Deloitte and an internationally recognised thought leader in the field of responsible technology, we are discussing these and many more questions and concepts.
More info about our guest at www.ivanabartoletti.co.uk
Exclusively to our listeners, please see the discount code (KTALKS) for the purchase of the book “An Artificial Revolution” by Ivana Bartoletti (paperback, eBook or paperback and eBook bundle).
This episode is in English.
- Bartoletti, Ivana, “An Artificial Revolution”, The Indigo Press (2019)
- Broussard, Meredith, “Artificial Unintelligence: How Computers Misunderstand the World”, MIT Press (2018)
- Crawford, Kate, “Atlas of AI: Power, Politics, and the Planetary Costs of Artificial Intelligence”, Yale University Press (2021)
- Dignum, Virginia, “Responsible Artificial Intelligence”, Springer (2019)
- Eubanks, Virginia, “Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor”, St Martin’s Press (2018)
- Pasquale, Frank, “The Black Box Society”, Harvard University Press (2016)
- Veliz, Carissa, “Privacy is Power: Why and How You Should Take Back Control of Your Data”, Transworld Publishers (2020)
- “Coded Bias“ – Director: Shalini Kantayya (2020)
- “Social Dilemma“ – Director: Jeff Orlowski (2020)
- “iHuman” – Director: Tonje Hessen Schei (2019)
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