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  1. Apr 2024
  2. Feb 2024
    1. User-Centered: We value shared success and community engagement. We bring passion and expertise to our work in order to support our users.

      interesting way to unpack user-centered

  3. Aug 2023
  4. Feb 2023
    1. NewsGuard assembles data on the most authoritative sources of information and the most significant top false narratives spreading online. Generative AI providers can then use the data to better train their algorithms to elevate quality news sources and avoid false narratives

      I can see some folx having issue with adjusting weights based on media source.

    1. replace the current Google

      as if there was no bias in the ranking algorithms in commercial search engines?

    1. Scaling neural network models—making them bigger—has made their faux writing more and more authoritative-sounding, but not more and more truthful.

      Yes -- distinguishing the more realistic from more truthful. That's where the conversation should be.

  5. Dec 2022
    1. 9 Now you also must remain the night here so that I may know what else the Lord may say to me.”

      I think this is a key moment. God has spoken. And what Balaam says is true -- the matter is settled. But is Balaam's heart?

    2. They came to Balaam and said to him, “This is what Balak, Zippor’s son,

      Here we have an official decree!

    1. "If you don’t know, you should just say you don’t know rather than make something up," says Stanford researcher Percy Liang, who spoke at a Stanford event Thursday.

      Love this response

  6. Nov 2022
    1. Then, when change has clearly not been made, one-shots and one-offs function as distractions and window dressing that can allow us to point to the one-shot or the one-off as the problem rather than the institution itself. Nonaccountability is intentionally built into the system.

      There is a lot here, especially in the way this frames what our conversations for change end up revolving around...

  7. Oct 2022
    1. What are we actually teaching our students to do? Would we even know what to teach instead?

      I love the multi-temporality of this question. Key to these dialogues going anywhere is how understand not only our present work but also where we'd like to go. Imaginative Mindfulness

  8. Sep 2022
    1. “keep us in a holding pattern of reactionary yes-people unable to enact our own agency within campus power structures” (Pagowsky, 2021, p. 303).

      For sure the posture of so many ALs I've been in...

    2. What stories do we tell about ourselves, individually and collectively, in relation to one-shots? What stories do one-shots implicate about us externally? How are systems and structures replicated in the one-shot model? What impact does this have? What agency do we have?

      Great questions to start with. Even if you're pro one-shot, these questions help us lend a critical eye to what is done in those spaces.

  9. Jul 2022
  10. Jun 2022
    1. What they're saying: "Because of this ground-breaking lawsuit, Meta will — for the first time — change its ad delivery system to address algorithmic discrimination," U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Damian Williams said in a statement.
  11. Apr 2022
    1. tuples

      Need to learn the definition.

    2. converted_list = list(names_and_heights)print(converted_list)

      Might want to be careful with naming tactics.

    1. get transferred to a human operator

      What about just simplifying access to customer agents instead bot upon bot obstacles?

    1. Please print all information clearly using a black or blue ballpoint pen.

      What if I only have a green pen?