What we've been reading - w/c 26th September


Each week, Alice puts together a round-up of interesting articles from the world of technology ethics. We post these on our social channels as well as sharing them on our blog.


Here’s her pick from w/c 26th September:


👉Two countries approaches to content moderation

[vox.com]

[nytimes.com]


Read more from nytimes.com here


Read more from tortoisemedia.com here


September 2022 - 1




👉YT’s recommender algorithm shares videos users told the platform they do not want to see

[foundation.mozilla.org]



“People had been exposed to misinformation, developed unhealthy body images, and became trapped in bizarre rabbit holes.”


Read more from foundation.mozilla.org here

September 2022 - 2




👉Patients immersed in virtual reality during surgery may need less anesthetic

[technologyreview.com]



“Minimizing the use of sedatives during operations could shorten hospital stays and reduce the risk of complications.”


Read more from technologyreview.com here

September 2022 - 3



👉Europe edges closer to a ban on facial recognition

[politico.eu]



“Efforts to outlaw the use of AI cameras to scan and identify people’s faces in public spaces are gaining traction.”


Read more from politico.eu.com here

September 2022 - 4







If you think we should be reading anything else please email hello@hattusia.com, and finally, thank you for reading, Sophie Ryan.



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