Randolph Lewis on Surveillance Culture

Randolph Lewis on Surveillance Culture

The most insidious thing about surveillance culture now is that it’s–they call it ubiquitous surveillance–it’s like everywhere, all the time. And so, we can never really be aware of how often we are being watched. I mean, it starts from the skies with predator drones that can from 20,000 ft. read a license plate. And…

How China Is Using Artificial Intelligence in Classrooms | WSJ

How China Is Using Artificial Intelligence in Classrooms | WSJ

(speaking in foreign language) – [Presenter] Teachers at this primary school in China– (speaking in foreign language) know exactly when someone isn’t paying attention. (speaking in foreign language) These headbands measure each student’s level of concentration. The information is then directly sent to the teacher’s computer and to parents. (upbeat hip hop music) China has…

Sascha Lobo: Über Überwachung (On surveillance)

Sascha Lobo: Über Überwachung (On surveillance)

CreativeMornings Berlin, May 23, 2014 Sascha Lobo: “On Surveillance” English subtitles provided by: Oliver Pritzkow Hello! Exactly 30 seconds for the technical setup: I like precision. Precision is one of the reasons why I speak German today. I do speak English, but I can speak more precisely in German and I believe that today precision…