Online Networking Salon
I miss meeting new people. I miss bumping into people I know. So, necessity being the mother of invention, my team has been experimenting with different ways to gather our community – and we have a plan. Introducing the Shelly Palmer Online Networking Salons. They are free, category-specific, weekly, 20-minute, super-curated, small, Zoom meetings where you will introduce yourself, meet some new people, bump into old friends, learn something, hang out for a bit, and then get back to work. Here’s how we tested the theory and why we know it works. Continue Reading →

Deepfake Authors

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They used to say, "You can't believe everything you read." Now, you can't believe that it was written by a human. Welcome to the world of AI authors who write as well as (and in some cases better than) humans. Shelly Palmer chat about it with Kerry Drew and Bianca Peters on Fox 5's Good Day New York. Original Airdate: August 4, 2020 Continue Reading →

Audio Deepfakes

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Audio deepfakes are getting extremely good and they are empowering a new kind of phone scam. Shelly Palmer chats with Kerry Drew and Bianca Peters about the technology and what you can do to protect yourself on Fox 5's Good Day New York. Original Airdate: July 28, 2020 Continue Reading →
Shelly Palmer on Fox 5
The US Government is looking into banning TikTok. Will it happen? Shelly Palmer talks with with Kerry Drew and Bianca Peters about social media addiction, data privacy and how the Chinese government is involved on Fox 5's Good Day New York. Original airdate: July 14, 2020 Continue Reading →
Working Remotely
In response to the cancellation of Mobile World Congress, we took a poll about your willingness to join a tech-focused, monitored, social network with subject matter restricted to tech, culture, and innovation. The number of respondents was overwhelming and the results were decisive. Over 90 percent of you said you would join. So let’s get started. Continue Reading →
Equifax
The Attorney General of the United States announced that the government had confirmed that the Equifax hack was the work of the Chinese military. As we enter the age of AI-assisted warfare, it’s important to unpack some of the underlying issues. Continue Reading →