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Marcelo Rinesi

Marcelo Rinesi is the IEET’s Chief Technology Officer, and former Assistant Director. Mr. Rinesi is a freelance Data Intelligence Analyst. Mr. Rinesi has published articles related to technology, business and culture in Wired, Computer Bits, Canada’s Your Workplace, and Student Traveler.  He is also a fiction writer, and has published a short SF novella The Ontociders and a collection of SF short stories, The Fatou Entries.

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Time of Punishment by Marcelo Rinesi (2012)

The Fatou Entries by Marcelo Rinesi (2011)

The Ontociders by Marcelo Rinesi (2011)

"What makes an algorithm feminist, and why we need them to be"   blog.rinesi  (Nov 11, 2017)

"Short story: Logs from a haunted heart"  (Nov 9, 2017)

"There are only two emotions in Facebook, and we only use one at a time"  (Oct 30, 2017)

"What makes an algorithm feminist, and why we need them to be"  (Oct 23, 2017)

"Any sufficiently advanced totalitarianism is indistinguishable from Facebook"  (Oct 16, 2017)

"Russia 1, Data Science 0"  (Sep 30, 2017)

" Tesla (or Google) and the risk of massively distributed physical terrorist attacks"  (Sep 18, 2017)

"Big Data, Endless Wars, and Why Gamification (Often) Fails"  (Aug 24, 2017)

"Don’t worry about opaque algorithms; you already don’t know what anything is doing, or why"  (May 24, 2017)

"The insidious not-so-badness of technological underemployment, and why more education and better technology won’t help"  (May 16, 2017)

"The case for blockchains as international aid"  (May 5, 2017)

"Short story: The Associate"  (May 3, 2017)

"The Children of the Dead City"  (Apr 25, 2017)

"Short Story: The Eater of Silicon Sins"  (Feb 28, 2017)

"The new (and very old) political responsibility of data scientists"  (Jan 31, 2017)

"Short story: Rush Hour"  (Jan 16, 2017)

"The best political countersurveillance tool is to grow the heck up"   Ethical Technology  (Dec 20, 2016)

"The informal sector Singularity"  (Dec 7, 2016)

"For the unexpected innovations, look where you’d rather not"  (Oct 18, 2016)

"When the world is the ad"  (Oct 3, 2016)

IEET in Rolling Stone magazine, with a quote from our CTO Marcelo Rinesi (Mar 01, 2016)

Hughes, Rinesi quoted in Motherboard essay on Sleep Tech (Jan 20, 2016)

Visibility of IEET Jumps This Week (Oct 03, 2015)

IEET Launching Annual Fundraiser (Mar 18, 2015)

Top Hitting Articles for November (Nov 29, 2012)