If you allow your website users to delete their account and don't really delete their data, maybe don't allow a registration with the same e-mail address to inherit the old user data – *and if you do* maybe don't let them access anything before they confirm their e-mail address.
'Cause I was just shown a website that lets you access all the user data if you know the e-mail address used to register an account that was deleted in the meantime.
And we figured this out in a matter of minutes.
I find most speculative discourse on AI really bothersome.
"but what if we create a machine and it doesn't value things that are good for people?"
we already created machines that don't value things that are good for people. They are called corporations, families, and states, and most of the people using that kind of rhetoric are active supporters of them
Accessibility should be up there with the most important things everyone considers all the time.
Not just relegated to an afterthought or worse, treated as inconvenience.
Make everything accessible to both bodies and minds of all shapes, sizes, kinds, abilities. All the time. Forever.
If there's a way to make something more accessible, do it. If a space is inaccessible, rearrange it.
Accessibility is always important and more of it is *never* a bad thing.
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