El potencial de la tecnología Deepfake (suplantación digital de rostros) de alterar la sociedad y los medios http://a.msn.com/01/en-us/AAPlTBU?ocid=st
(From Philip Mayer, the outsider who created Precision Journalism @firstname.lastname@example.org Luciana Mielniczuk https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317133573_Philip_Meyer_the_outsider_who_created_Precision_Journalism)
Q. Should journalists program computers as well? Or at least know the process?
Does anybody remember the first reporter to use a telephone? Was that person called a “telephone-assisted reporter?” I like to think of my contribution not as a computer-assisted reporting, but as the application of scientific method.
If you wish to opt-out from the general chat surveillance adopted in the EU, you'll have to host yourself or under your control... https://www.patrick-breyer.de/en/posts/message-screening/
#SeedSaving is not just food saving ... it is in the very heart of the centuries-old tradition and art of plant cultivation.
Next Tuesday, September 7 at 18:00 CEST (UTC+2), we put the culture back into agriculture with our first #OpenSource #Seed saving #workshop 2021 offered by Aimee Fenech. The workshop will be in English and online in a Big Blue Button (BBB) room, more information here: https://opensourcegardens.info/news/news.en.html
The session is interactive, bring your questions and let us all learn together.
If you're looking for a chance to get paid to write meaningful open source software, here's one of those rare opportunities. Fully remote.
We're hiring additional software engineers to join the SecureDrop team, an open source platform to protect journalists & whistleblowers. Our posting outlines the specific skillsets we're looking for:
If this describes you, please get in touch! Happy to answer questions.
@bgcarlisle A menu in every email client that says "Oh Shit..." that is basically a dropdown with options like:
I shouldn't have sent that.
I forgot an attachment.
I forgot a CC.
I accidentally sent this to my mother.
Nice introductury article in Popular Science on #degrowth . Great to see this slowly breaking into the mainstream.
Hace tiempo compartí un gist con una lista de alias para comandos basados en Harry Potter, por si os interesa:
@natecull working in the intersection of tech and education I for sure can tell you there’s a heavy authoritarian bent in the way that tech is handled (here’s a laptop but if you do anything clever with it you’re expelled) but then when we teach about it we’re all like “express yourself, control your data, change the world!” and I don’t know how we expect that to work out. I constantly butt heads with administrators and teachers over these issues.
The BBC is so “impartial” that they teach students “the positive impacts of climate change” along with the negative ones.
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” – Desmond Tutu
whenever people say AI will solve things we can’t I just think of Babbage: “On two occasions I have been asked [by members of Parliament], 'Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out?' I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question.”
A lot of blind and partially-sighted people use the Fediverse through screen readers, apps that read on-screen text aloud.
Long strings of emoji can cause problems for screen readers, because they take a long time to say out loud. They can't be skipped because it is impossible for apps to know when emoji contain useful information.
If you want to make life easier for screen reader users, use just one emoji at a time.
For example, 😄 is fine but 🙂 😋 😚 😆 😄 😞 👍 causes difficulties.
⚠️ I RT from birdsite sometimes.