I continue to use the clickable image below, though it dates from a time when I naively ignored the dangers of Social Technology.
- Data Science and Terminology
- Data Science
- Recursive Exhaustion Wipes Out Privacy
- What’s a Gigabyte Good For?
- Please Do Whatever You Can to Publicize This Website
- Good vs. Evil, really!
- Using Anonymous Data
- What’s Wrong With The Brooklyn Bridge Example
- Internal Recursive Exhaustion Example
- New Tool can Make Society Work or Destroy It
Monthly Archives: May 2018
The summary: it is possible to collect very large amounts of social data without anyone’s knowledge or permission. What Cambridge Analytica did was trivial, a drop in a large bucket. See RecursiveExhaustion.com for more information. The easy explanation: start with … Continue reading
This is cross-posted from my new site intended for notes about my unfinished novel, along with some excerpts. This is the first excerpt, which explains Recursive Exhaustion in a single short paragraph, then says just how much could be done … Continue reading
The prospect of Very Large Scale Social Data Collection is very disturbing. I’m certain that the ability to collect vast amounts information on everyone, including children, without anyone’s knowledge or permission will change society in ways none of us can … Continue reading