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.
Experts say an algorithm can't determine whether you can be trusted by analyzing your face or voice. But that's not stopping this company from trying.
Black women say the tech company has badly damaged its reputation after two recent firings.
City University administrators laid off thousands of instructors and staff this summer. But they're still paying big bucks for anti-cheating software.
The ACLU is suing to stop the program after an independent audit showed police made false statements about how mass-surveillance data was being used.
EPIC has hit five test-proctoring software companies with lawsuit threats and says their software violates Washington DC's privacy law.
Timnit Gebru says she was terminated Wednesday after expressing frustration with the tech company's white male leadership.
Documents reveal Lockport Schools' facial recognition tech has mistaken broom handles for guns and has misidentified Black students at much higher rates.
Companies have made millions selling exam monitoring software during the pandemic, but many universities have adopted less-invasive alternatives.