📰 Meta hired Hollywood actors, Anthropic experimented w/AI governance, and ChatGPT has different definitions of justice for Israelis and Palestinians.
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This week, I’m synthesizing my favorite articles and essays over the last month. Let’s Untangle the news, shall we?
🪟 Thanks to Hugging Face and Trupic, we can now know whether an image was generated by AI and where it came from. That’s great — this is a meaningful step forward. But the gap between transparency tools and accountable governance is still a big one. If you want to read 2,000 words on what I mean by that, check out this essay from the Untangled Archives.
⏳ The origins of online discourse continue to shape what’s good and bad about the internet. That’s the starting point of a great essay by journalist Katie Notopoulos. As Notopoulos writes, “The existential problem is that both the best and worst parts of the internet exist for the same set of reasons, were developed with many of the same resources, and often grew in conjunction with each other. So where …