Episode 85 - Michal Kosinski, Ph.D. on The End of Privacy
This week, Tom and Carla are very pleased to have Dr. Michal Kosinski with us as our guest. Michal is an Associate Professor at Stanford University (Graduate School of Business) and holds a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Cambridge and master's degrees in psychometrics and in social psychology. Michal's research focuses on the fields of individual psychological differences and on the implications of digital privacy.
Mihal's Talk at Google: The End of Privacy
Big Five: Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism
Deep neural networks detecting sexual orientation from facial images. Michal's paper in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Author's Note: Mihal's response to criticisms of his research
Sharing data as analogous to paying taxes
Harvey Milk as example of social change processes
If only we could get privacy back...