Google’s journal about artificial intelligence (AI) coming from editors and authors associated with Google and Google Brain raises questions about conflicts, vanity publishing, and Google as a media company.
You can still be manipulated, even when you know you’re being manipulated.
You’ve probably seen this toy for much of your life. But do you know how it works?
A recent study of the spread of lies on Twitter is an important advance, but the authors missed a potentially huge factor, and one we can’t ignore.
A video explaining the written system for the Inuktitut language, which uses an abugida instead of an alphabet.
Designing a symbol for the long term. Can your design last 10,000 years?
OK Google, can you find this for me? Don’t worry. If you’re busy, I can always ask Alexa instead.
With so much broken by the Internet, we may be moving into a mode of fixing things. Are open citations part of the solution, or more of the problem?
Accessible publishing is better for publishers, better for the bottom line, better for readers of all stripes. If we agree that egalitarian dissemination of academic content is the thing to do, including those with physical, learning, or cognitive challenges, then why does end-to-end accessible publishing continue to elude us?
A new book explores how biases and broken systems get built into technology products and platforms.
Library discovery can only succeed in reaching a high market share if it is intensely user-centered. Articulating user-centric principles for discovery has enabled the University Library to Illinois to evolve a discovery environment that meets the needs of its community of users.
2017 may have been a watershed year for the Internet and its future. What did we learn? And what factors may shape 2018?
Why is it so hard to build a good journal article submission system?
Is “signal” meaningful in the absence of “noise”? Damon Krukowski asks what important things have been lost in our transition from analog to digital media in his book, “The New Analog”.