The researcher, who says Google fired her a year ago, wants to ask questions about responsible use of artificial intelligence.
A New York City law requires algorithms used in hiring to be “audited” for bias. It’s the first in the US—and part of a larger push toward regulation.
Even Amazon’s new AI-powered machines aren’t nearly capable enough to handle the most important fulfillment tasks.
The company has contracts to detect corrosion on Navy ships and help maintain Air Force jets. Now it wants to bid for a lucrative cloud contract.
Under pressure to make their sites accessible to visually impaired users, firms turn to software. But advocates say the tech isn’t always up to the task.
The real estate site went into the business of buying and selling homes. But the pandemic messed up its predictions.
The AI researcher, who left Google last year, says the incentives around AI research are all wrong.
The investor and entrepreneur discuss “human-in-the-loop” technology, and how artificial intelligence might be used for health and caregiving.
SenseTime and Megvii both include facial recognition technology among their offerings and do a lot of business with government agencies.