Where is accountability for new technologies? Letter to the editor

Re: “Privacy fight was a red herring: We need to be paid for our data” (Page A6, June 6).

Thank you for the important article about AI systems.

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I am very concerned about what AI and social media are doing to our country and the world. Extreme leaders are emerging all over the world including in the United States, and I believe social media as well as television are big contributors to the problem.

I think that in addition to paying sources for their content, as your article suggests, we need to hold social media and television responsible for dishonest opinions. They are all publishers and, since publishers of newspapers are held accountable, so should they be.

Sheilah FishMoraga

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