Candace Owens has first-hand experience of cyberbullying and harassment both and, recently, thought of a way to combat it. When she went public with it, it nearly “broke the Internet” and brought about the least likely of bedfellows. David King gives a précis of events to date, and challenges Ms Owens to face up to the shortcomings of her brainchild.
An anonymous web developer emerges from the shadows to challenge Geek Feminism’s Code of Conduct influencing open source communities.
Following the money can lead to quite chilling conclusions.
Technology is affecting everything. It was only a matter of time before it revolutionized the way you hale a cab.
Did she email you explicit consent? Think you have proof under ‘yes means yes’ affirmative consent laws? Think again. Google now gives her 30 seconds to change her mind.
Men and women think very differently when it comes to morality. How will that play out with autonomous lethal drones that think for themselves?
The line between science fiction and science fact continues to blur.
She said she was raped. She lied and Fitbit proved it. How technology might just save your ass.
The dangers of artificial intelligence have long been the stuff of science fiction novels and Hollywood blockbusters. Is it a real concern? Some say yes, some say no.
Wearable technology is in our future. David Frankk gives us a peak through the lens of what’s to come.