Attribution 4.0 International
by Joi Ito
July 30, 2018
We must, however, make changes in the way we fund potential solutions so that it supports a diversity of disciplines and approaches.
Joi Ito calls for responsible stewardship of the commons beyond our planet.
Ito shares his thoughts on the difficulty of making the right decisions in the face of what, to the public, appears to be obviously wrong.
Joi Ito considers how to best protect children online while encouraging them learn and grow.
Joi Ito ponders the fearmongering and lack of rigorous research surrounding kids and screen time.
"We must provide a mechanism for civil society to be informed and engaged in the way in which algorithms are used."
Joi Ito's latest WIRED Ideas story tackles academic profit margins, impact factors, and the Open Access movement.
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