Cloud control is real. One thread I always wanted to pick up on from #internetdaemons, is that coud performance set… https://t.co/eBaVbyqPKg
In Internet Daemons, Fenwick McKelvey weaves together history, theory, and policy to give a full account of where daemons come from and how they influence our lives—including their role in hot-button issues like network neutrality. He asks important questions about how much control is being handed over to these automated, autonomous programs, and the consequences for transparency and oversight.
#InternetDaemons helps us think of media as AI. What are other machine intelligence that enable human connection an… https://t.co/gYNRFksIX5
Two years ago, @UMinnPress published my book #InternetDaemons https://t.co/2krypR3j9F. @robertgehl & l and I had a… https://t.co/qmjUFAPYJk
For those at #AoIR2020 interested in optimization, @CIGIonline shared a piece I wrote about the concept's policy im… https://t.co/ooTQLJiwtQ
Internet folks will appreciate my 🧠🤯 peers & I briefly talk about network optimization. It's such a important post-… https://t.co/gTmC5G8iNF
@policefala I commissioned a new version of this drawing for my book #InternetDaemons. Let me know if you ever want… https://t.co/8j8csZU8Z7
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- series number56
- series titleElectronic Mediations