Credit scores based on AI and non-traditional data such as your social media profile could usher in a whole new way for banks to discriminate.
"You shouldn't have a 20-year-old with coronary artery disease."
When her old cup kept failing her, Jane Adame, whose connective-tissue condition makes her joints unstable, had to imagine there was a better way.
Physical structures and clinic access are only a piece of the cancer screening problem for people with disabilities.
Nearly every femme-identifying person I know, myself included, has wrestled with tall bar stools, director’s chairs, and the dreaded microphone dance.
Using the face and body of a disabled person to sell a product designed without their input is precisely the issue.
I spoke with eight women who had to lean on their own scientific expertise to guide them through one or more pregnancies while working in a laboratory.
Most sites still don’t do popups correctly, because many developers don’t even realize that blind people are using their websites.
Algorithms that help judges decide on sentencing can be biased, but nobody has studied their impact on judges.