I was live on the BBC World Service’s Newsday programme this morning to discuss the escalation of tensions between President Donald Trump and the social networking site Twitter. Listen here (48 minutes in).
I’ve launched a podcast! Co-presented with fellow Oxford Internet Institute PhD student Nayana Prakash, AlgoRhythms is a weekly show covering tech news and research, broadcast on Oxford University’s student radio station Oxide and released as a podcast. Each week, we cover the latest stories in technology and interview fellow researchers about their work.
I appeared on Monocle 24 earlier to discuss the hacking and release of EU diplomatic cables.
I was interviewed on the Monocle’s Globalist show this morning to discuss a new proposed watchdog set up to regulate the use of algorithms by technology giants like Google and Facebook.
I am delighted to be part of Digital Catapult’s new Machine Intelligence Garage Ethics Committee. The Ethics Framework created by the Committee is now also available.
I was interviewed on Monocle 24 Radio earlier to discuss the delayed launch of an emergency alert system in the US:
I was interviewed on Monocle 24 Radio earlier to discuss tech giants testifying to the US Congress:
I was interviewed on Monocle 24 Radio earlier to discuss Facebook’s announcement that it has identified attempts to influence the forthcoming U.S. midterm elections:
I was interviewed on Monocle 24 Radio earlier to discuss attempts by large tech firms such as Facebook to gain a foothold in China:
I am quoted in a new article in Raconteur, which also appeared in a supplement to the London Times:
The ethics of AI: how to hold machines accountable. By Nick Easen.