In my last post I discussed the possible consequences of posting images of children online. A part of that discussion was consent. Even if children give their consent to their image being shared, it’s unlikely that they understand the full […]
You may be familiar with the fig leaf used to censor the nether regions of Greek marble sculptures. They were applied to art pieces in the 1500s when the Catholic church in Italy deemed nudity to be obscene, instead of […]
The chat across the internet for the past few weeks or so has been of AI (artificial intelligence). From chatbots to the controversial AI generated art, the social, technological and economic implications have been debated to no end. I’ve previously […]
Once seen as a niche for those unlucky in love, online dating has exploded in popularity since the launch of Tinder in 2012. With the stigma of meeting your partner online gone, almost every singleton got onboard. Now it seems […]
To celebrate the month of October, I’ve got a slightly spooky one for you today. Ever felt isolated, despite your hundreds, maybe thousands of online friend and followers? Ever felt dissatisfied with likes, comments and shares, even though human interaction […]
Artificial Intelligence or AI Algorithms used the right way, that is, for the good, is no doubt a gift to humanity – but put into the wrong hands they are poison and a huge threat to democracy and our mental health.