… is the title of my SF story “The Zest for Life,” in Estonian. It’s live now in Estonian SF magazine
algernon.ee, translated by editor Kristjan Sanders. It’s even illustrated, by Anete Lomp!
I’m probably far too excited about being a multilingually published author 😉
I’m thrilled that my unpublished picture book manuscript,
How To Draw , WON the 2020 Everything Bunnies CANSCAIP Writing for Children contest in the PB category! Continue reading “HOW TO DRAW EVERYTHING BUNNIES wins CANSCAIP!!”
Happy to announce my picture book HOW TO DRAW
EVERYTHING BUNNIES made it onto the 2020 CANSCAIP Writing for Children contest longlist!!! Congratulations to everyone on the longlist. https://www.canscaip.org/writingforchildren
My story “Captain Hero Is A Feminist” is in this month’s Pulp Literature. Flash fiction. Two-word summary: Capes x #MeToo.
Image to the left is a thumbnail of the terrific art for this story.
Machine-learning facial recognition is biased, say researchers. OK, let’s arrest a guy based on it, say Detroit police.
Terrific collection of articles on algorithmic bias in AI on getpocket’s blog:
https://blog.getpocket.com/2020/06/the-bias-embedded-in-algorithms/ – curated by Safiya Umoja Noble, author of Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism.
I have a story out today! If demonic-glowing-eyed-bug art doesn’t make you want to read it, nothing will. Flash fiction. (Paywalled–subscription gets you 30 stories for $15, IMHO a pretty good deal.)
My first-ever translation is out! “Cousin Entropy” by
Michèle Laframboise – Auteure, translated from the French, in Future Science Fiction Digest #7. Link: http://future-sf.com/fiction/cousin-entropy/ Continue reading “Translation: “Cousin Entropy””
This is my second post on the emerging tech of emotion-recognition AI. In my
last post, I considered some of the consequences of algorithmic blind spots on likely applications of emotion-recognition tech. In this post, I’ll get into algorithmic bias. Continue reading “Emotion-monitoring AI, part II”