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Principles for Algorithmic Transparency and Accountability: A Provenance Perspective

A few days ago, the ACM U.S. Public Policy Council (USACM) released a statement and a list of seven principles aimed at addressing potential harmful bias of algorithmic solutions. 1,364 more words


Who is the author of our love?

We love him, because he first loved us — 1 John 4:19

Divine Provenance!

Where is the source and inspiration of the Child of God’s call to walk in Love? 194 more words

Jesus Christ

How to Re-Weave A Navajo Rug

Last post, I talked about my desire to repair or re-weave an old Navajo rug I have owned for years.  I actually purchased it on Ebay for a pittance, because of the “hole” or broken warp threads.   244 more words

Who is Oscar Ghez? How did his collection get the University of Haifa?

Post written by Tovit Schultz Granoff

As part of preparing the new catalogue for the Oscar Ghez Collection, I was personally interested in how the collection was assembled and how it got to the University.   732 more words

Ghez Artists

Eskenazi Museum of Art Represented at Important Conference in Jerusalem

By Jenny McComas, Curator of European and American Art, Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indiana University

Engaging with the wider academic and professional communities is an important part of a curator’s job. 1,144 more words

Indiana University

Bruichladdich takes #transparency to a new, digital level.

The lads at ‘Laddie have taken a massive step towards true transparency in the whisky world. News this afternoon from Phil Voget of E Snell, SA distributors of Bruichladdich, was the announcement that Bruichladdich have taken a major step forward in their transparency campaign. 485 more words

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Hale and Hearty

Leaving Yuletide festivities of Epicurean proportions in my wake, I always find myself approaching the terminus of yet another year, with an overwhelming desire to reflect, push on through and start afresh. 960 more words