With mass-evictions on the horizon, Landlord Tech Watch sheds light on the surveillance tools used by landlords and real estate companies.
In the first case of its kind, the U.K. government has stopped using an automated system that discriminated against visa applicants based on their nationality.
In-car camera systems are being marketed as a safety feature, but their creators' ambitions go beyond alerting drowsy drivers.
On Wednesday, the day of the work stoppage, Shipt will expand a blackbox pay model that workers say will hurt their earnings.
MSN robots can't make fine discriminations for a startlingly vast audience of readers. What they can do, and why they're asked to do it, is unclear.
Technologists from MIT, Harvard, and Google say research claiming to predict crime based on human faces creates a "tech-to-prison pipeline" that reinforces racist policing.
Researchers in Pennsylvania—including a former NYPD cop—are the latest to dubiously claim they can predict future crime based on a person's face.
AI researcher Xander Steenbrugge used machine learning generative models to turn people into animals and back again.
Using live cameras in several cities, a computer vision algorithm calculates how well people are keeping their distance.
"The Prayer" is currently singing at a museum in Paris.
A new website algorithmically generates photos of nude women who don't exist, but why?
A student organizer explains why the fight to ban facial recognition in schools and college campuses is entering a critical moment.