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Good Code is a weekly podcast on ethics in our digital world.
We look at ways in which our increasingly digital societies could go terribly wrong, and we speak with those trying to prevent that. If you like TV shows, think of it as Black Mirror meets The Good Place: Dystopian scenarios, with a way out.

Good Code is a collaboration of Cornell Tech's Digital Life Initiative and visiting journalist Chine Labbe.

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Good Code is a weekly podcast on ethics in our digital world.
We look at ways in which our increasingly digital societies could go terribly wrong, and we speak with those trying to prevent that. If you like TV shows, think of it as Black Mirror meets The Good Place: Dystopian scenarios, with a way out.

Good Code is a collaboration of Cornell Tech's Digital Life Initiative and visiting journalist Chine Labbe.

    Camille Francois on Disinformation Campaigns

    Camille Francois on Disinformation Campaigns

    How do foreign actors spread disinformation online? What have we learned from the campaign of Russian meddling into the 2016 US Presidential elections, and are we ready for what’s coming in 2020? Our guest this week is Camille Francois, Chief Innovation Officer at Graphika, a network analysis company studying the spread of disinformation online. She explains how Russian trolls have been trying to sow chaos in the US since 2014, and she details the new threats she's seen emerge in recent years. 

    • 30 Min.
    Alexis Wichowski on Net States

    Alexis Wichowski on Net States

    Big Tech companies have grown beyond their core products and services — influencing not only our digital lives, but our physical lives, and working in territory that used to be government turf: counterterrorism, space exploration, electricity, agriculture. Alexis Wichowski, deputy chief technology officer for the City of New York, warns that we should not accept lightly that these new giants provide our electricity or other essential services. Even if they are more efficient than governments. 

    • 27 Min.
    Yaël Eisenstat on Facebook and Political Ads

    Yaël Eisenstat on Facebook and Political Ads

    Last October, Facebook announced that it would not fact-check political ads. And that decision angered a lot of people: outside, but also inside the company. To talk about Facebook's policy, and the potential risks of such a decision ahead of the 2020 presidential election, we sit down with Yaël Eisenstat. She's a former CIA officer and national security advisor to Vice-President Joe Biden. And in 2018, she served as Facebook's Head of Global Elections Integrity Operations for six months.

    • 28 Min.
    Jake Goldenfein on Google Scholar

    Jake Goldenfein on Google Scholar

    From Gmail and Google Documents to Google’s Cloud, our reliance on Google services has extended to more and more realms of our lives. And academia is not immune from this growing dependency. Our guest this week is Jake Goldenfein, a Postdoctoral fellow at the Digital Life Initiative. His most recent piece of research looks at Google Scholar, a free web search engine that indexes scholarly work. And it asks: should we feel that comfortable using yet another Google service as if it was a disinterested actor

    • 27 Min.
    Lisa Lewin on Making Boards of Directors Care

    Lisa Lewin on Making Boards of Directors Care

    What can board of directors of big tech companies do to push for more ethical practices in the field? Lisa Lewin is the managing partner at Ethical Ventures, a management consulting firm. Because the problem of ethics in tech is so monumental, she thinks we need to include all stakeholders in finding a solution. From tech workers and consumers to boards of directors. Why them? Because they get a unique access to these companies' CEOs. Mandatory face-to-face time that can make a real difference. 

    • 28 Min.
    Daniel Kelley on Harassment in Online Gaming

    Daniel Kelley on Harassment in Online Gaming

    Over two billion people play games globally. And live, multi-players games are more than just games: they are social platforms, where people interact, chat, and get harassed. Daniel Kelley is the associate director of the Center for Technology and Society at the Anti-Defamation League. He leads the center’s work to fight hate, bias and harassment in online gaming. And he explains why games should be considered as social spaces, and toughen their moderation and harassment policies. 

    • 25 Min.

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