A former Uber driver is suing the company for suspending drivers based on its ratings system, which the lawsuit alleges allows racism to run rampant.
The city’s own police chief admits the technology misidentifies 96 percent of time and yet the city voted to extend its use.
A paper in 'Nature' that claimed to evaluate 'trustworthiness' based on physical features has sparked major backlash.
A series of tweets showed the AI choosing to display the photo of a white man over a Black man.
The legislation would be the strongest ban on the technology in the US, blocking both government and commercial use.
The photo, which was upsampled from a pixelated image of the former president, depicted him as a white man and was created through artificial intelligence—bringing up the question of bias in machine learning generative models.
A lazy attempt to wipe away racial bias with AI backfired spectacularly, as these things tend to go.
A new federal study confirms the widely-adopted tech is fundamentally biased. It’s time to ban it.
A series of studies argue that by focusing on costs as a proxy for health, risk algorithms are ignoring the racial inequalities in healthcare access.
Former workers reveal "questionable and misleading methods" used to obtain facial scans.
Another machine learning algorithm has failed to work for people of color. What is it going to take for this to stop?
"They reposted the position and I sent the exact same resume and cover letter but used my middle name, Daniel. They wrote me back the next day for an interview."