Artificial intelligence is enforcing existing gender biases when it comes to recruitment, according to a new report. But it may have one saving grace.
New work led by several universities, including Johns Hopkins, shows that neural networks built from biased Internet data teach robots to enact toxic stereotypes
Facial recognition is making a comeback in the United States as bans to thwart the technology and curb racial bias in policing come under threat amid a surge in crime and increased lobbying from developers.
Starting this summer, you’ll need to provide a video of your face to access the agency’s website. It’s a major expansion of the use of facial recognition software by the government.
Weekly social interactions form unique signatures that make people stand out
Robotics technology is improving, but its routine use in the home, hospital and care settings could be a long way off.
Healthcare professionals are beginning to tap the treasure trove of information locked in electronic health records to treat people in real time
Walmart and Silicon Valley start-up Gatik said that, since August, they’ve operated two autonomous box trucks, without a safety driver, on a 7-mile loop daily for 12 hours.