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Two-time AMBIE-nominated podcast Moral Repair: A Black Exploration of Tech is a series about the innovations that make our world, disrupt our societies, and how we can repair the damage. Hosts Annanda Barclay and Keisha McKenzie talk with tech experts, philosophers and spiritual leaders. They explore technological innovation and moral concerns while showcasing empowering, practical wisdom from the African continent and diaspora to nurture wellbeing for all. New episodes drop every other Wedn ...
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This week we’re sharing an episode with you from Heather Freeman at Magic in the US. Magic in the US is a PRX show that explores America’s magical communities. In this episode, we hear how pagans in the 1980s used the early internet to find each other. Enjoy the episode! Follow Magic in the US wherever you listen.…
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Keisha and Annanda talk to Sarah Nahar of Community Peacemaker Teams and Buddhist Peace Fellowship about technologies of public safety and conflict in the United States and how communities can organize themselves to repair the harms of oppression and policing. We look at the history and values of public safety in the USA, specific policing tech, an…
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How do the profits from Big Tech impact family farmers, food-ways and the environment in the United States? Annanda & Keisha talk to Jamie Fanous, Director of Policy for Community Alliance with Family Partners and Dr. Amina Darwish, the Associate Dean and Advisor for Muslim Life at The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Stanford University. …
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Always-on technology has amplified distraction and overwhelm, disconnection, and cultural polarization. What ancient and emerging tools can help us put tech in its rightful place? Keisha and Annanda talk to Judith Shulevitz and Joe Hollier about what can we learn from Sabbath traditions about community, connection, and thriving. SHOW NOTES Talk to …
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It’s a major election year in American politics. This episode explores the big question, how is AI used in American political decision-making? What are the tools out there? How do they impact the political process? While this episode will not be political, it will touch on the evolution of political culture via AI and the impact it has the everyday…
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What do we need to know about recent regulatory guidelines on AI trust and safety? What does one recent federal regulator think still needs attention? How could critical Black digital perspectives reshape the conversation? Annanda and Keisha talk Afrofuturism and equity with Dr. Alondra Nelson, deputy director for science and society at the White H…
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On Moral Repair: A Black Exploration of Tech, hosts Annanda Barclay and Keisha McKenzie talk with tech and wisdom leaders. Their conversations inspire curiosity about tech while showcasing practical wisdom from the African continent and diaspora to nurture wellbeing for all. Moral Repair expands mainstream tech narratives, celebrates profound insig…
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This is an episode we think you’d enjoy of TED Tech, a podcast from the TED Audio Collective. "Democracy is more fun and inviting when you take it into your own hands," says creator and activist Sofia Ongele. Sharing how she's using coding and social media to defend democracy, Ongele invites us to identify our own creative superpowers — whether it'…
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Have you ever considered the moral dilemma of a hologram narrating someone's life story for them? We interview Otis Moss III about the interactive AI hologram of his father Civil Rights Leader Otis Moss Jr. showcased at the Maltz Museum in Ohio. We interview Public Theologian Zuogwi Earl Reeves on how the black wisdom of hip-hop plays a pivotal rol…
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Nov 2023, Prime ads expected to “reach 115M viewers per month.” Aral Balkan (Small Tech Foundation): “We didn’t lose control. It was stolen.” Isabel Wilkerson’s Caste (2020) is now a film. Marjorie Kelly: Wealth Supremacy: How the Extractive Economy and Biased Rules of Capitalism Drive Today’s Crises. Marjorie with Laura Flanders (Dec 2023). Toni M…
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Join us for a holiday celebration episode on Moral Repair! We talk about our nostalgia around tech that brings up all the good feels. Tune in to find out who Annanda and Keisha deem the tech ghosts of holidays past, present and future. We’ve even pointed out this years Scrooge, Bob Crotchet, and Tiny Tim! Enjoy a special holiday nostalgia session, …
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Tech companies have access to an immense amount of data about each of us. How are we all being affected in a world where no one can be anonymous? Keisha McKenzie and Annanda Barclay talk to data scientist Scott Hendrickson, PhD, about data and consent, ways colonialism shows up in tech development, and more cooperative ethics we can learn from natu…
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How has the American Dream transformed in the wake of the Great Recession? Annanda & Keisha examine the impact of the Great Recession on the American Dream focusing on the rise of Bitcoin and blockchain. Through the lens of bell hooks’ philosophical perspectives, they explore the deeper moral stakes. Featuring a captivating conversation with Adorab…
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Is it possible to control AI? If so, how can we make it more ethical? Damien Williams, PhD, a philosopher of science, technology, and society, has some ideas. Annanda and Keisha chat Marvel movies, Ultron’s bad manners, and what lessons machine learning could take from the world of plant medicine and harm reduction. SHOW NOTES NEW: Come talk to us …
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Have you ever considered the moral dilemma of a hologram narrating someone's life story for them? Dive into the latest episode of Moral Repair as we interview Otis Moss III about the interactive AI hologram of his father Civil Rights Leader Otis Moss Jr. showcased at the Maltz Museum in Ohio. Discover Zuogwi Earl Reeves how the black wisdom of hip-…
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What do we do about recommendation algorithms? What ethical standards could we use to reshape technology? Hosts Annanda and Keisha talk to Stewart Noyce, a technologist who helped develop the internet, and Rev. Dr. Sakena Young-Scaggs, an Afrofuturist scholar and philosopher, to understand how we can all navigate recommendation algorithms in a life…
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How can we all thrive as we navigate technology, automation, and AI in the Information Age? What have technologists, philosophers, care practitioners, and theologians learned about the innovations and worldviews shaping a new century of unprecedented tech breakthroughs and social change? On Moral Repair: A Black Exploration of Tech, hosts Annanda B…
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How can we all thrive as we navigate technology, automation, and AI in the Information Age? What have technologists, philosophers, care practitioners, and theologians learned about the innovations and worldviews shaping a new century of unprecedented tech breakthroughs and social change? On Moral Repair: A Black Exploration of Tech, hosts Annanda B…
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