Not long ago I heard a podcast in which they complained about AI learning the prejudices when learning from humans. They said "we" need an algorythm (god I love this magic word when it comes to explanation of software from users to other users) that thinks about if AI should learn sth from humas depending on if it's discriminating or not.
I always thought the "Big Data" topic was a huge, inunderstandable process of summonig black holes using resources from a bunch of dark wizards. When I started getting sth.
There's a huge shitstorm about microsoft aquiring github. On one hand there's a company that's been one of the technical leaders since the beginning of home computers that got famous while hiding it's code, on the other hand there's a platform that hosts open source projects.
Maybe you don't have to hide a thing but even then you don't want your neighbour to know, what you're doing when you closed your roller shutter in the evening. And i don't mean a description of your activity, i mean EVERY.FOOKIN.DETAIL! Do you want your neigbours to know what your sexual habits are? Do you want to let them know what you feel, what deseases you suffer from? I guess no.
When i created this page, I found out that the fonts I wanted to display aren't installed on every commonly used system. So I thought about if it's possible to track user machines via installed fonts..
Best translator on the internet: deepl
This thing was invented by a former google employee who specialized on deep learning and translations. Weird, huh? However, try it.
Ahhhh fresh start. So here we are now.