PixelFed el reemplazo de #softwarelibre a Instagram https://victorhckinthefreeworld.com/2018/06/20/pixelfed-el-reemplazo-de-softwarelibre-a-instagram/
"In the EU, like in the US, two competing views of the internet and its possible futures are at stake. Cory Doctorow, Tim Berners-Lee, Jimmy Wales, Vint Cerf, and others might still believe in an open web of smaller competing platforms that keep information flowing freely, but legislators everywhere seem to have accepted the status quo of a digital landscape that’s dominated by a handful of giants with self-perpetuating silos."
We need you to help us grow #PeerTube into the YouTube alternative it can become.
Pirates de Catalunya rebutja la incorporació del cànon per enllaçar i el filtratge previ en la directiva europea de copyright: http://pirata.cat/bloc/pirates-de-catalunya-rebutja-la-incorporacio-del-canon-per-enllacar-i-el-filtratge-previ-en-la-directiva-europea-de-copyright/ #FixCopyright #Article11 #Article13 #CensorshipMachines
This is a good find Kathleen Richardson Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI https://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/academic-staff/technology/kathleen-richardson/kathleen-richardson.aspx
The plot thickens...
It seems Google may have taken down Blender's videos on YouTube because they wouldn't display ads for them.
In order for Linux to go mainstream, we need to get into schools.
I also think Linux is the perfect match for schools. Configurable, able to run cheap hardware no problem, has a web browser, wonderful to program on, etc.
The world’s most valuable AI startup is a Chinese company specializing in real-time surveillance
AI-powered surveillance is coming.
https://peertube.cat/videos/watch/2777f52f-1eec-4d62-bd95-ae7f92f4b433 Feels like the 70's
Anti-surveillance clothing aims to hide wearers from facial recognition https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jan/04/anti-surveillance-clothing-facial-recognition-hyperface
Police face legal action over use of facial recognition cameras | Technology | The Guardian - https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jun/14/police-face-legal-action-over-use-of-facial-recognition-cameras
1) Is their public image. Make them look as shitty as possible, they deserve it. Ideally, make them *deny* things that make them look good. This is the high art of pissing someone off. Claim publicly that Google is stopping AI research or whatever. You will win.
2) Don't use their services. Seriously. Stop. Stop. STOP. Delete. Forget.