Jun 14, 2019
Today we’re joined by Karen Levy, assistant professor in the department of information science at Cornell University. Karen’s research focuses on how rules and technologies interact to regulate behavior, especially the legal, organizational, and social aspects of surveillance and monitoring. In our conversation we discuss:
• Examples of how data tracking and surveillance can be used in ways that can be abusive to various marginalized groups, including detailing her extensive research into truck driver surveillance.
• Her thoughts on how the broader society will react to the increase in surveillance,
• The unintended consequences of surveillant systems, questions surrounding hybridization of jobs and systems, and more!
The complete show notes can be found at twimlai.com/talk/274.
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