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FuturICT Blog: SOCIETAL, ECONOMIC, ETHICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION: From Big Data to Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Manipulative Technologies

FuturICT Blog: SOCIETAL, ECONOMIC, ETHICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION: From Big Data to Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Manipulative Technologies. Wednesday, 15 April 2015 SOCIETAL, ECONOMIC, ETHICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES OF THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION: From Big Data

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Shoshan Zuboff on “Big Data” as Surveillance Capitalism

Shoshan Zuboff on “Big Data” as Surveillance Capitalism. A Digital Declaration If the digital future is to be our home, then it is we who must make it so. Against the Surveillance Capitalism of „Big Data“. 15.09.2014, von Shoshana Zuboff

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How to Anonymize Everything You Do Online | Threat Level | WIRED

How to Anonymize Everything You Do Online | Threat Level | WIRED. By Andy Greenberg 06.17.14 One year after the first revelations of Edward Snowden, cryptography has shifted from an obscure branch of computer science to an almost mainstream notion: It’s

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