The ethics of lifelogging

Head over to the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy to check out my new article on the ethics of “lifelogging,” the technology you voluntarily choose to record and archive everything you do. Some people have the blessing of a photographic memory, and lifelogging technologies have the potential to bring average people up to at… Continue reading The ethics of lifelogging

New piece for the Center for Digital Ethics & Policy

I have a new article up at Loyola University’s Center for Digital Ethics & Policy exploring the ethics of big data and pre-crime monitoring. Think Minority Report, but without Tom Cruise. Minority Report’s claims about free will could keep a philosophy class going for hours, but the real relevance of the film, as with any serious… Continue reading New piece for the Center for Digital Ethics & Policy