theseareyourdreams said: The "Keeping Time: Why 60 Minutes?" or "Sonic Geometry" video you reblogged on 23th April seems very... History Channel-esque, seeming to mix mythology and unverified hypotheses with science to make it sound more profound/entertaining. How solid would you say its scientific content and claims are (e.g. with all the coincidences)?
I don’t remember…
..was the loch ness monster involved?
I watched this show before work this morning about the search for the Russian version of the loch ness monster in Lake Labynkyr in Siberia. It was pretty interesting. Here’s an article about it…
#boredatwork #inamood #makingmyownfun
How can the public learn the role of algorithms in their daily lives, evaluating the law and ethicality of systems like the Facebook NewsFeed, search engines, or airline booking systems?
How can research on algorithms proceed without access to the algorithm?
What is the algorithm doing for a particular person?
How should we usefully visualize it?
How do people make sense of the algorithm?
What do users really need to know about algorithms?"