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Technological Gaslighting With Dr. Lydia Kostopoulos and Hosts Richard Levick and Ian Lipner of LEVICK

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Technological Gaslighting? Dr. Lydia Kostopoulos, a Renaissance woman who is known as an experimenter, for her work on emerging technology, national security and storytelling through art and fashion joins cohosts Richard Levick and Ian Lipner of LEVICK to discuss her recently released IEEE Standards Associations report on Decoupling Human Characteristics from Algorithmic Capabilities (which can be found by clicking here) and how we are affected by the algorithms. She also ponders what happens if we look at Google, Facebook and Amazon as public utilities? Which tech companies are the most trustworthy? Are we all subject to the “observer effect?” What happens when we rethink humanity? Join us for a fascinating conversation.

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Technological Gaslighting? Dr. Lydia Kostopoulos, a Renaissance woman who is known as an experimenter, for her work on emerging technology, national security and storytelling through art and fashion joins cohosts Richard Levick and Ian Lipner of LEVICK to discuss her recently released IEEE Standards Associations report on Decoupling Human Characteristics from Algorithmic Capabilities (which can be found by clicking here) and how we are affected by the algorithms. She also ponders what happens if we look at Google, Facebook and Amazon as public utilities? Which tech companies are the most trustworthy? Are we all subject to the “observer effect?” What happens when we rethink humanity? Join us for a fascinating conversation.

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