The company has a patent for a system that recommends music by monitoring emotional cues in your private conversations.
The exam surveillance company is taking its legal crusade against critics a step further after coming under fire from students and privacy activists.
A Motherboard investigation found the algorithmic surveillance tools allow racist groups like the KKK while flagging LGBTQ health sites as 'porn'.
A student researcher has reverse-engineered the controversial exam software—and discovered a tool infamous for failing to recognize non-white faces.
Civil liberties groups are asking CNET, Consumer Reports, and other tech publications to stop recommending the controversial surveillance devices.
AccessiBe aims to make the internet fully accessible to the visually impaired by 2025—but activists say the company's AI is making things worse.
Researchers have built the first facial recognition database for thermal night vision images. But the technology itself is already prone to misuse.
Transparency activists are being stonewalled despite countless videos showing teargas and other weapons deployed against George Floyd protesters.
Proctorio has cashed in on remote learning since the start of the pandemic. Now, some schools are abandoning the company's controversial software.
As people struggle to book appointments and doses go unused, some companies are proposing automated tools to help deliver vaccines into arms.
Transit advocates say surveillance technology will decrease ridership while providing little benefit.