In recent months, I have been immersing myself even deeper in the topics related to the use of technology. Thanks to the chapter that I started to pursue with my group in TOK (Theory of Knowledge) classes. Therefore, I have decided to collect some interesting links that can help conduct engaging lessons on knowledge and technology.
The Great Hack: explores the involvement of Big Data, Cambridge Analytica, in influencing voters during the 2016 US presidential election through social media. Journalist Carole Cadwalladr discovered the case.
The Social Dilemma: looks at the psychological and social risks resulting from the lack of legal regulations on tech giants who collect data about our online activity and send us content that they will hold us on to our smartphone screens for longer, then sell us to advertisers.
The Secret Rules of Modern Living: Algorithms: the BBC video tells about the complexity of algorithms that have existed for thousands of years and how they continue to affect our lives today: from bank accounts to social media.
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– Poland is the Bangladesh of Europe. We are becoming a digital garbage can [PL]
– Artificial intelligence without women is Patriarchy 2.0 [PL]
– Should a self-driving car kill the baby or the grandma? Depends on where you’re from
– Something Singular ft. Aleksandra Przegalińska [PL], but sometimes there are untranslated interviews as the with Casper Klynge, Vice President of EU Management at Microsoft
– Analog (eu)
– Desert Island Discs with Jacqueline de Rojas, President of techUK
An attractive solution is to pay attention to the ethical aspects of having knowledge and technology. Here are some questions to consider.