A new European Union law will set rules for what the technology can and can’t do to people, like whether it’s OK to deploy lie detectors at borders.
NASA engineers are trying to keep the Mars helicopter running as it endures longer, colder nights and the chance of more frequent dust storms.
The company has backed down on its proposal to address school shootings, but the damage was already done.
As AI invades the interview process, the DOJ and EOCC have provided guidance to protect people with disabilities from bias.
For years, the tech industry has relied on a six-shade scale to classify skin tones. The search giant’s open source alternative could change that.
OpenAI’s new system is adept at turning text into images. But researchers say it also reinforces stereotypes against women and people of color.
As the war in Ukraine continues, the growing debris in low Earth orbit is a matter of national security.
The technology is spreading fast among police, and often wrong. But people charged with crimes are rarely told an algorithm came into play.
Robert Williams, Michael Oliver, and Nijeer Parks were misidentified by facial recognition software. The impact cast a long shadow.