Amazon and Microsoft have hired lobbyists. So too have airlines, retailers, wireless carriers, and cruise operators.
A new paper renews concerns about bias in image recognition services offered by Google, Microsoft, and Amazon.
University of Miami students accuse the campus police of using the software. Administrators deny it, but they had previously touted the capability.
Lawmakers and researchers had warned that videos altered using AI could disrupt the 2020 vote. But they didn’t turn out to be a problem.
Filmmaker Shalini Kantayya says women and people of color look at technology from the outside—and have felt the negative impacts.
The artificial intelligence programs can diagnose eye disease in diabetics and complications in stroke patients.
A WIRED investigation finds dozens of districts have purchased thermal cameras to monitor fevers that can also identify students and staff.
Primer can quickly sort through hundreds of sources to identify, say, Russian interference in Azerbaijan. It sells its tech to Walmart too.
A formula for assessing the gravity of kidney disease is one of many that is adjusted for race. The practice can exacerbate health disparities.