This is a dirge and a cut-up about aging, mortality, beauty.. the usual stuff. I wrote this using Sonic Pi and made the accompanying graphic with Processing.
Stream or download free here.
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Developing Human Rights Respecting AI to Protect the Kenyan Elections
This U.S. News & World Report article (“Kenya Gears Up for What Could Be Its ‘Most Normal’ Election in History”)
references my team at IFES’s work project to develop human rights respecting AI to monitor overall levels of hate and incitement online in relation to the 2022 Kenyan General Election. We provided analytics to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission to support their efforts to administer a safe and inclusive election.
Much more to come on this!
Panel: Malign Kremlin Influence on Democratic Institutions: The Case of the Czech Republic and Implications for Central Europe
I participated in an in-depth discussion about the Kremlin’s disinformation and cyber offense strategies and how the Czech Republic and Central Europe should plan for democratic resilience given what we’re seeing in Ukraine and around the world.
watch it here
Archivists Are Putting Terrorist Manifestos Online. Should They Stay There?
I’m quoted in this article that asks how we should balance the threats of violent content versus the need to preserve it for archival and historical purposes. Is there value in the manifestos of people plotting attacks?