Recap: Brittany Kaiser, Whistle Blower of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Scandal interview on "No Lie with Bryan Tyler Cohen"

Brittany Kaiser, a data rights activist and co-founder of Own Your Data Foundation, a nonprofit that teaches people of all ages about data intelligence sat down with Bryan Tyler Cohen on his podcast, “No Lie" in late December 2020. Kaiser is best known for being the whistle blower who exposed her former company Cambridge Analytica’s abuse of data in world-wide elections such as Brexit and Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential election. Today, she fights for more technology-first legislation while also teaching people how to protect their data through her nonprofit.

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Can AI Be Inherentially Good? A Look into Roboethics

In a year of a pandemic, murder hornets, and confirmation by the United States Government that aliens do in fact exist – imagine my response when I read that  Pope Francis would like his Catholic constituents to “…pray that the progress of robotics and artificial intelligence may always serve humankind.”  

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350 Million Customer Records Exposed due to Broadvoice Leak

Broadvoice takes data privacy and security seriously read the first sentence of the US-based cloud VoiP provider’s press release published on October 15, 2020 via Threatpost. For five days between September 28th and October 2nd, over 350 million customer records were left exposed online where anyone could access them.  

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Castor receives $12M in Series A Funding to Use Data to Simplify the Clinical Research Process

Scientists from all over the globe are racing to find a vaccine for Covid-19. Among the types of scientists playing a massive role are biochemists, microbiologists, scientists specializing in infectious diseases; and now data scientists.

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