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Cancel Culture Presentation

Hi Y’all, Please see our presentation at the following link on cancel culture. Suggested opening it in Powerpoint! Kindly, Cheryl & Kim & Marshall & Rasheed.

Group Presentation: Trends in Online Defamation

Hi everyone! Trends in Online Defamation – T Hunt S Arbor Above is the link to my and Trevor’s group presentation; there is audio embedded in each slide (grey icon), but I think you may need to download the presentation to make it work. Our topic was an overview of online defamation. We would recommend […]

AI Helps in Suicide Prevention Tools

New AI technology “Riley” is a crisis contact simulator that can be a counsellor training tool, to assist with suicide prevention simulating real life conversations:

AI and the future of aesthetic Procedures

AI is changing the ways of aesthetic procedures in the future with 3D modelling: How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Aesthetic Procedures

AI Helps in Finding Diabetes Risk

New technology will help anticipate potential risk to diabetes with an algorithm: Artificial intelligence helps spot diabetes risk

Project: Why Don’t We See American Super Bowl Commercials in Canada?

Hi everyone! Rhys and I did a project on Super Bowl commercials and why we don’t get to see the American ones in Canada. The link to the Google slides presentation with voiceovers is here. Please feel free to reach out to Rhys or I if you have any questions or would like to discuss […]

Mark Zuckerberg proposes conditional “intermediary liability protection” model for internet platforms

Governments are growing more concerned with large online social media and content platforms in the wake of Camridge Analytica and the general penumbra of misinformation and disinformation. Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before a US senate committee in 2018 and refused to appear before a similar investigation in the UK. The senate committee […]

US Supreme Court rejects Facebook’s appeal contesting their violation of the Wiretap Act

A 9th Circuit court in California ruled in favour of a class action against Facebook last year, finding that the internet giant’s business practice of tracking users even when signed out violated Californian privacy law and the federal Wiretap Act. Facebook appealed the latter portion to the Supreme Court, on the grounds that they were […]

UK anti-trust probes Facebook practices

Hello Class, I was compelled by a short article in today’s Vancouver Sun about how the UK’s competition regulator has begun investigating Facebook’s practices. While looking further into this issue, I encountered a report posted in SIlicon Angle by MARIA DEUTSCHER. In summary, Facebook is being investigated over its alleged anti-trust practices. One concern by […]