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How worried should we be about artificial intelligence? I asked 17 experts.

“We should take seriously the possibility that things could go radically wrong.”<p>Imagine that, in 20 or 30 years, a company creates the first artificially intelligent humanoid robot. Let’s call her “Ava.” She looks like a person, talks like a person, interacts like a person. If you were to meet Ava, …

Artificial Intelligence

The True Effects of Parents Shaming Their Kids Online

Shaming may make parents feel like they've won the battle, but the reality is, they've lost the war.<p>Shutterstock<p>A mom posts a video online blasting …

Parenting

Shaming shows itself to be such a potent force

Life is short. Have an affair.” Or maybe don’t. The details of 33 million registered users of the Ashley Madison website have been released online. A …

Jon Ronson: How the response to Operation Fortitude shows the power of social media

The author of a book about public shaming on social media says today's response to Border Force's plans to check people's visas on the streets of …

Social Media

Jon Ronson: public shaming in the digital age - ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler

Welsh writer and documentary maker Jon Ronson is best known as the author of <i>The Psychopath Test</i>.<p>His latest venture has been talking to people all …

Hipster Barbie Shows Us How Plastic We All Really Are On Social Media

“Could I be any more authentic?!”<p>Socality Barbie is an Instagram account that primarily pokes fun at the social media app’s “community” culture, but it also offers a broader commentary on how our culture is evolving in how we portray ourselves online.<p>Authenticity on social media can be a tough …

Online Privacy

The rise of public shaming on the Internet

#Activism. Not familiar with the term? Try and recall #HeforShe, #Yesallwomen or #Bringbackourgirls. Leading to some of the most powerful social …

The successful Internet shaming of ‘pharma bro’ Martin Shkreli

Online shaming is frequently in the news these days, typically for the very worst reasons: ruined lives, lost jobs, frothing mobs in a frenzy to steamroll the subject of their dissatisfaction.<p>But here at last is one case where the mob may have actually done some good: In an interview with ABC …

Martin Shkreli

Public Shaming on Social Media

Social media can be used as a platform upon which we can discuss and debate our way into a brighter, more tolerant future. But what happens when an …

Social Media

Internet shaming: A fierce new weapon against husbands who refuse wives a divorce

It seems everybody wants to be a celebrity these days. But the men whose names and faces are plastered across Facebook and Twitter, identifying them …

Divorce

Former Miss Teen USA contender says she considered suicide after pageant stumble went viral

A former teen beauty queen has opened up about how crushing humiliation nearly led her to suicide after a video of her stumbling to answer a question during a pageant went viral.<p>In 2007, Caite Upton bumbled an answer on the telecast of the Miss Teen USA pageant. The harsh blowback, stereotyping her …

Hair Color

Defamation and social media: what you need to know

Sharing things on social media without verifying them could land you in all kinds of trouble. We spoke to social media expert Emma Sadleir about …

Jon Ronson: How the online hate mob set its sights on me

When Ronson wrote about the injustice of Justine Sacco’s trial by Twitter, he found that he too became a target of an internet witch hunt. How did we become unpaid shaming interns for companies that don’t care about us?<p>In December 2013 a PR woman called Justine Sacco tweeted to her 170 Twitter …

Social Media

Internet shaming has become a sport of its own • The Louisville Cardinal

<b>By Ryan Hiles–</b><p>If you watched any of the NFL wildcard games recently, what you witnessed was a spectacle of the human experience in its entirety. You …

Public shaming: Gone too far

Public shaming: Its roots are in holding people accountable for bad behavior, but online it can become dangerous. People lose their jobs, go into …

Crime

Why People Love To Shame Others On Social Media

Scientists think they've uncovered part of the reason why people love to publicly shame others on social media platforms like Twitter.<p>Like many …

MURPHY: Feel guilty, not ashamed

Ryan Murphy • April 28, 2016 • 1 Comment<p>Photo by Meredith Gillespie / meredith.gillespie@marquette.edu<p>Close Modal Window<p>Hang on for a minute...we're …

Social Silencing Is Destroying Our Humanity

"Larkin Grimm's so ugly she'd be lucky if someone raped her."<p>"It's very simple. If it's true, she would have gone to the police. End of story."<p>"Not a single person will care about her in 10 years, but he will still have fans."<p>These are just some of the posts I read about my friend and fellow …

Social Media

Crime & Public Shaming

Shaming is one of the oldest forms of social regulation and, in the U.S., has long been employed to enforce social order – specifically to fight …

Eighth Amendment

The shame of public shaming

Public shaming is not new. It’s been used as a punishment in all societies – often embraced by the formal law and always available for day-to-day …

Feminism

Public Shaming: Why We Feel The Need To Judge Parents Online

Last week was an epic week for parent shaming on social media. Between the three-year-old getting into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo …