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There are two types of videos on this page: Youtube interviews/lectures, and library-licensed streaming films. The Youtube playlist has a number of lectures and interviews with some of the major researchers and activists on the intersection of Race, Technology, and Justice.
There is overlap with the licensed streaming resources, especially Coded Bias which features the Algorithmic Justice League's work.
"CODED BIAS explores the fallout of mit media lab researcher Joy Buolamwini's startling discovery that facial recognition does not see dark-skinned faces accurately, and her journey to push for the first-ever legislation in the U.S. to govern against bias in the algorithms that impact us all. "--Coded bias website
America's Surveillance State (6 Videos)
This series of videos explores the idea that "we live in the United States of Surveillance--with cameras increasingly positioned on street corners and with much more invisible spying online and on the phone. Anyone who is paying attention knows that privacy could be out the window. All of this is not happening by accident -well funded powerful agencies and companies are engaged in the business of keeping tabs on what we do, what we say, and what we think."
Someone is out there censoring your social media feed.
Do their decisions distort your understanding of the world as much as clever hoaxes and "fake news"? They’re hired by Silicon Valley leaders like Facebook and Google to do “digital cleaning," content moderators who are paid to sift through and remove what they deem as inappropriate content on the internet, thereby influencing what people around the world see and think. Told in the sinister style of a neon, cyberpunk thriller, The Cleaners charts social media’s evolution from a shared vision of a global village to a dangerous web of fake news, extremism and radicalization."