Algorithmic Integrity: Way forward for a polarized privacy debate pertaining Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Like many people do, I maintain four separate email accounts across three major service providers: two for my work as a University Lecturer (to separately communicate with colleagues, and then my students); one for professional interactions with clients (as an Industry Consultant), and another for social networking. I have been extremely cautious to compartmentalize my online communications along these four panels of my digital interactions: just to ensure that emails from my students do not end up in my social email account and get missed; and emails from my professional clients are not threated with the casual undertones that characterize the cordial relationships that I enjoy with my work colleagues. Apparently, the only place where these emails addresses converge is in the account configuration data of the four email accounts; where one or more of the other email addresses are provided as alternate accounts for retrieval purposes, in case I am locked out by ‘bad guys’.
Read more here.