I recently had one of the most fast-paced, fun and provocative conversations I had in a while. It wasn’t something that happened in IRL. Instead, this real-time conversation took place on Twitter. Organized by Cognizant
prior to #Pegaworld2017,
I joined Ben Pring
, author of What To Do When Machines do Everything
as well as Cogizant and Pega executives, to explore the unfolding reality of AI and its role in the future of work and more importantly, the overall impact on the future of business.
Seriously. This was an action-packed event
. While there were only 8 questions, the answers from Ben
, me, along with those from Cognizant, Pega and all who participated, were as fast and furious as they were deep and meaningful.
I wanted to share at least my stream with you. I also included the full Twitter Moments
below. I would love to hear your
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How Twitter Works – a legal opinion
Most reasonable people are aware that if you publicly publish something defamatory about someone else that is false, you can be sued for libel. If you lose the legal case, it can be expensive for you in terms of damage to your reputation as well as a financial cost.
(Related: the difference between libel and slander in UK law.)
And I’d add that most reasonable people are also aware that the same rules on libel apply to all methods of public communication, including online.
So, for instance, if you tweet something bad about someone that’s false, they can sue you for libel. Which is precisely what happened in the case of Jack Monroe vs Katie Hopkins, the judgement of which was published on March 10 by the High Court of Justice.
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RIP Vine. As soon as Twitter announces that it’ll give Vine more than a heavy prune, it seems that people get all nostalgic about the whole thing. The likes of Wired, BBC Newsbeat, Metro and Sports Illustrated (and dozens more) have written moist-eyed tributes to the six-second video publishing platform. Actually you’ll struggle to find anyone who’s […]