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Barbershop Computing
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Barbershop Computing

Moving education beyond computer science pipelines.

Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?
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Can Crowdsourcing Rescue the Social Marketplace of Ideas?

How collaborative designs and community-based moderation could improve social media.

Rebutting Rebuttals
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Rebutting Rebuttals

Evaluating the impact of the conference review rebuttal process.

We Need to Focus on How Our Data Is Used, Not Just How It Is Shared
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We Need to Focus on How Our Data Is Used, Not Just How It Is Shared

Toward better understanding of the different ways data circulates between users and platforms.

Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape
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Dilemma of the Artificial Intelligence Regulatory Landscape

Navigating the complex and varying AI regulatory landscape.

Voice in the Machine: Ethical Considerations for Language-Capable Robots
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Voice in the Machine: Ethical Considerations for Language-Capable Robots

Parsing the promise of language-capable robots.

Improving Computing Education Research through Valuing Design
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Improving Computing Education Research through Valuing Design

Exploring alternatives to existing research systems and methods.

AI and Society: Ethics, Trust, and Cooperation
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AI and Society: Ethics, Trust, and Cooperation

Trust and trustworthiness are central to how ethics helps society survive and thrive.

Computer-Related Risks and Remediation Challenges
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Computer-Related Risks and Remediation Challenges

Surveying the nontechnical issues interwoven with computer-related technologies.

Breaking Up a Digital Monopoly
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Breaking Up a Digital Monopoly

How to decompose a vertically integrated digital monopoly to enable competitive services based on a shared data structure.

Unfair Automated Hiring Systems Are Everywhere
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Unfair Automated Hiring Systems Are Everywhere

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission urgently needs to regulate automated hiring systems.

You Can't Regulate What You Don't Understand
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You Can't Regulate What You Don't Understand

Why AI regulations should begin with mandated disclosures.

AI and Politics: How Will We Know What—and Who—Is Real?
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AI and Politics: How Will We Know What—and Who—Is Real?

If we are lucky, new technologies will only cause brief confusion.

The Case for Big Action to Regulate AI
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The Case for Big Action to Regulate AI

Why the topic of regulating artificial intelligence ignite such a visceral reaction.

Putting a Teaspoon of Programming into Other Subjects
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Putting a Teaspoon of Programming into Other Subjects

Using teaspoon languages to integrate programming across myriad academic disciplines.

Long-Term Mentoring for Computer Science Researchers
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Long-Term Mentoring for Computer Science Researchers

Reaching out across computer science research communities.

NSF on Chien's Grand Challenge for Sustainability
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NSF on Chien's Grand Challenge for Sustainability

This Viewpoint focuses on ways the computing community can contribute broadly to environmental sustainability and identifies NSF Directorate for Computer and Information...

Do We Need a National Algorithms Safety Board?
From ACM Opinion

Do We Need a National Algorithms Safety Board?

Perfectly safe algorithmic systems are not possible, but safer systems are.

Designing an Ethical Tech Developer
From Communications of the ACM

Designing an Ethical Tech Developer

Studying how to improve teaching young people to ethically exercise the power of technology.
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