2019 is off and running — so to speak. Challenges in the USA with budgets and government shutdowns notwithstanding, there’s at least something to be said about the tone and fervor of items published over the past week. More often than not, there’s a sense of many wanting to dig deeper than the normative narratives in order to best view opportunities. A few of those items which stuck out shared here as usual. How you might discern the trails is left to you.
- Machine Learning and Health Care Disparities in Dermatology via JAMA Network
- Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook via Science Advances
- Beware corporate ‘machinewashing’ of AI via Boston Globe
- Data mining adds evidence that war is baked into the structure of society via MIT Technology Review
- T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T Are Selling Customers’ Real-Time Location Data, And It’s Falling Into the Wrong Hands via Motherboard
A few items published via Avanceé worth sharing also: