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Zac says: The future of fairness must be on uncovering and understanding the ways individual and societal biases impact data because AI and machine learning can only be as good as the data used to create it. Future developers must define fairness before creating their systems as opposed to after it has already been established. When used properly, AI and machine learning could be “the chance of a generation, and perhaps a lifetime, to reform sentencing and unwind mass incarceration in a scientific way.” ...
Iowa Law | Follow-up Prompt re Nesson Conversation: Aaron says: I would like students to offer a reflection on a concrete challenge you see or have experienced in seeking barlowspace, or something similar, for yourself or communally, in the Iowa Law space.
Barlow’s Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace views cyberspace as “the new home of mind,” while Lessig’s definition of cyberspace is “a universe of forces.” It is interesting to see this contrast in views of cyberspace, which has become an indispensable part of our lives. I agree that the space for freedom of mind can be created online but, in addition to trust, certain guidelines and standard operating procedures of internet platforms will help cyberspace to be developed into a home of mind as long as these guidelines and procedures promote each actor’s rights and freedom on the open net.
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