I want to remind us that no one film can do everything, and this still is an opening for a flood of brilliant ideas to come. I’m here for all of it. ♥️— Safiya Umoja Noble PhD (@safiyanoble) September 16, 2020
The reason careless errors like this are important is because, as science and technology scholars teach us, tech is not created in a social vacuum. It is built within, and often reifies, power structures. By ignoring that lesson, we keep those power structures in place https://t.co/zMLeLb44MQ— Becca Lewis (@beccalew) September 16, 2020
I watched The Social Dilemma last night. If anyone is curious why STS scholars could be so upset with a documentary that at its core espouses an agreeable and important critique of social media, here's a thread. 1/11— Lisa Messeri (@lmesseri) September 18, 2020
The tobacco farmers want to run the oncology clinic, I mean how bad could it get?— Chris Dancy (@chrisdancy) September 15, 2020
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Now is the time to talk about how we can realign technology w/the interests of humanity. Join on 9/16 at 8:30 PM EST for a Q&A feat. the filmmakers & select subjects from #TheSocialDilemma. Moderated by @sheeraf, Cybersecurity Correspondent for @nytimes https://t.co/ZKvS84EB2q. pic.twitter.com/qT01duscoL
— The Social Dilemma (@SocialDilemma_) September 12, 2020
The technology that connects us Also controls us Trailer The dilemma Never before have a handful of tech designers had such control over the way billions of us think, act, and live our lives. The Mental Health Dilemma A 5,000 person study found that higher social media use correlated with self-repor...