Tag Archives: Facebook

Dunbar’s Number – Wikipedia

By | October 6, 2020

Dunbar’s Number is a suggested cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships—relationships in which an individual knows who each person is and how each person relates to every other person. This number was first proposed in the 1990s by British anthropologist Robin Dunbar, who found a correlation… Read More »

Amazon and AI/ML

By | April 15, 2020

At this point in our glorious capitalistic society, it’s the companies who are running the country, and they’ve got us by the short hairs. Who could have guessed, even 25 years ago, that the American public would literally fall over themselves letting companies track everything they do — and therefore surmise our thoughts — in… Read More »

ADL International Leadership Award Presented to Sacha Baron Cohen at Never Is Now 2019 – YouTube

By | November 22, 2019

It’s time to regulate Facebook, Twitter, Google, et. al. I love just about everything about this, but the money quote, for me, is this, at 15:40… “… when discussing the difficulty of removing content, Zuckerberg asked “where do you draw the line?” Yes, drawing the line can be difficult. But here’s what he’s really saying:… Read More »

Send us your naked photos: An inside look at Facebook’s misunderstood efforts to tackle revenge porn

By | November 18, 2019

“What you see is that we will shut this type of content down on our platform, but then people will hop to other platforms and spaces,” Davis said. “What would be great across industry is for us to share intelligence to disable someone from moving from one platform to another.” Source: Send us your naked… Read More »