New technologies are changing how we interact with each other in physical and digital spaces
As researchers, we have a responsibility to acknowledge that factors like the type of data, the creator of that data, and our intended use for the data are important when it comes to using public information.
Rape is added to the lengthy list of the things a woman should keep in mind before going out, in addition to skin oil and bra lines and the effect that gravity can have on our hair.
The problem with “I’m just an engineer” isn’t the engineer’s inability to identify all relevant ethical implications–it’s that they don’t think it’s their job to do so.
The “Cure Violence” model works by “interrupting transmission” of violence-employing street workers to intervene and try to cool down conflicts, preventing situations from escalating.
Several hundred scientists, physicians, and policymakers gathered in Rome in April 2018 for the International Vatican Conference, to discuss ethics in scientific research.
By uncritically embedding itself into social networks, did the media actually usher in the era of fake news?
Despite the utopian promises of early pioneers, public spaces do not organically emerge from new technologies.
After Trump’s inauguration, the question is: Will the United States see an increase in authoritarianism against public protest, just like Argentina is experiencing under its own right-wing presidency?
Activists across the world are leveraging the power of public transit as a place of common reference for the people who ride it.
How new technologies are changing how we interact with each other in physical and digital spaces.
A suicide prevention charity demonstrates that intent is not magic