General Counsel Jennifer Abruzzo warned that employers are using surveillance and automated management practices to block workers from exercising their basic rights.
“Copilot” was trained using billions of lines of open-source code hosted on sites like Github. The people who wrote the code are not happy.
Researchers warn that systems which predict patients’ race from X-rays and CT scans will fuel medical discrimination.
A new study used digitally and physically applied makeup to test the limits of state-of-the-art facial recognition software.
In Chicago, a government watchdog says Shotspotter alerts have only led to evidence of gun crime in 9 percent of cases.
Experts say medical images like X-Rays and CT scans allow algorithms to determine a patient's race—and warn it could lead to bias and discrimination.
Building on OpenAI's Codex system, CodeVox turns spoken, natural language into lines of code.
Prosecutors in Chicago are being forced to withdraw evidence generated by the technology, which led to the police killing of 13-year-old Adam Toledo earlier this year.
'Search Atlas' lets you see beyond the filter bubble that Google's algorithms have built around you.
Lemonade backtracked after suggesting it uses “non-verbal cues” like eye movements to reject claims. Its response raises more questions than answers.
The company trained the system to recognize different skin conditions. But like Google itself, the app's data has a diversity problem.