Evan Selinger

Evan Selinger is an associate professor of philosophy at Rochester Institute of Technology. He is also a fellow at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology. Follow him on Twitter.

Future Tense
Dec. 3 2013 12:42 PMGoogle's Creepy Patent to Automate Your Social Media Voice
New Scientist
July 7 2013 7:00 AMWhen Nudge Comes to ShoveDo people really not know what’s good for them?
Future Tense
Oct. 10 2012 11:57 AMHow To Make a Spy Exhibit BoringMuseums are using technology to create spectacle, not spark learning.
Future Tense
Aug. 22 2012 3:30 AMWhy Do We Love To Call New Technologies "Creepy"?When we can’t find another way to explain our objections to facial-recognition software, for instance, creepy becomes a crutch.
The XX Factor
April 20 2012 4:05 PMBully Hitler: Should Kindergartners Learn About The Holocaust?
Future Tense
Jan. 4 2012 7:10 AMHow’d My Avatar Get Into That Sneaker Ad?The ethical questions surrounding building consumers into commercial advertising.
Future Tense
Oct. 4 2013 9:13 AMHumans Are Already More "Enhanced" by Technology Than We Realize
Future Tense
Nov. 2 2012 12:17 PMWhy We Need New Rights to PrivacyBecause of technological advances, we must spell out what used to be taken for granted.
Future Tense
Aug. 23 2012 1:59 PMFuture of Privacy Forum Director: Browser Settings Should Be as Easy To Navigate as a Car
Future Tense
July 13 2012 6:33 AMDigital Jiminy CricketsDo apps that promote ethical behavior diminish our ability to make just decisions?
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Feb. 13 2012 11:29 AMThe Technologically Enhanced MemoryHow will life change if we can’t forget anything?
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Nov. 8 2011 7:21 AMKids TodayOccupy Wall Street is part of a major shift in ethical behavior among young people.