Monthly Archives for September 2018

Updates on algorithms and society talks

I’ve given a few more versions of the “algorithms and society” talks from this spring. You can still see the videos of those talks, but here are a few links to new material I’ve woven into them: Social credit in … Continue reading

19. September 2018 by Jill
Categories: Algorithmic bias | 2 comments

Generating portraits from DNA: Heather Dewey-Hagborg’s Becoming Chelsea

Did you know you can generate a portrait of a person’s face based on a sample of their DNA? The thing is, despite companies selling this service to the police to help them identify suspects, it’s not really that accurate. … Continue reading

11. September 2018 by Jill
Categories: Digital Art, Machine Vision, Visualise me | 1 comment