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2020 PUBLICATIONS

Podcast | Not Simple

Richard Whitt, Human Agency in the Digital Era

Published on January 8, 2020

"Richard Whitt, a fellow at Georgetown University and the Mozilla Foundation and founder of the GLIAnet Project, talks to Wendy about human agency in the digital era, the impact of technology in our daily lives, and the uneasy compact we make when we blindly exchange our data for access to unlimited cat videos." 

 

Luxury Institute and GLIA Foundation: Empowering Personal Data For Exponential Economic Growth

April 07, 2020 08:00 ET | Source: Luxury Institute

NEW YORK, April 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This white paper was co-authored by Richard Whitt, GLIA Foundation President, and Milton Pedraza, Luxury Institute CEO.

The digital Dark Ages

Those Mac disks in your basement--the ones with your kids' baby pictures. Can you still open them?

By Veronique Greenwood ’08 | May/Jun 2020

Yale Alumni Magazine

From Surveillance To Agency: How To Center The Internet On Humanity

By Konstanze Frischen/Ashoka Contributor Group | July 23, 2020

Forbes. com

LinkedIn PUBLICATIONS

Layers10

Published on December 12, 2018

Richard S. Whitt

GLIA Foundation

Exploring the GLIAnet ecosystem

Published on December 5, 2018

Richard S. Whitt

GLIA Foundation

Avatars, cloudlets, identity layers -- and other potential elements of the GLIAnet ecosystem

Published on November 27, 2018

Richard S. Whitt

GLIA Foundation

MEDIUM.com Publications

Democratize AI (Part I)

Richard Whitt

Jun 3, 2019 · 6 min read

Democratize AI (Part 2): The Personal AI

Richard Whitt

Jun 18, 2019 · 8 min read

Democratizing AI (Part 3): Action plans for creating Personal AIs

Richard Whitt

Jul 1, 2019 · 10 min read

Getting Ready for DWeb Camp: Defining Our Terms

Posted on June 30, 2019 by francessawyer

"This is a guest post by Lawrence Wilkinson and Richard Whitt summarizing a conversation they led at the 2018 Decentralized Web Summit on the topic of the language and terminology we use to talk about the Decentralized Web."

A Deep Dive into Openness

Posted on June 29, 2019 by francessawyer

"In this guest post, Richard Whitt builds on his prepared remarks from the “Defining Our Terms” conversations at the Decentralized Web Summit in 2018. The remarks have been modified to account for some excellent contemporaneous feedback from the session."

To fix the web, give it back to the users

Fast Company | World Changing Ideas - 4 MINUTE READ

January 1, 2019

Richard S. Whitt

Hiding in the Open: How Tech Network Policies Can Inform Openness by Design (and Vice Versa)

Georgetown Law Technology Review

Richard S. Whitt

January 2019

Cite as: 3 GEO. L. TECH. REV. 28 (2018)

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