Governing cyberspace via ‘Constructive Ambiguity’ (and Schrödinger’s cat)

How can the vastness of cyberspace can be ‘governed’ in any practical way? Perhaps some ‘Constructive Ambiguity’ might help resolve such questions? A 2015 thesis by Professor Paul Cornish (Associate Director of Oxford University’s Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre and Research Group Director for Defence, Security and Infrastructure at RAND Europe in Cambridge, UK) suggests […]

The trouble with emoji: Misinterpreted emotions

The world suffers from miscommunication due to ambiguous interpretation of emoji, explains a soon-to-be-published study: The study is called ” ‘Blissfully happy’ or ‘ready to fight’: Varying Interpretations of Emoji.” Authors Hannah Miller, Jacob Thebault-Spieker, Shuo Chang, Isaac Johnson, Loren Terveen, and Brent Hecht, are in the GroupLens Research group at the University of Minnesota. In the […]