Researchers are encouraging those who work in AI to explicitly consider racism, gender, and other structural inequalities.
A startup called Petra uses super-hot gas to penetrate bedrock. The method could make it cheaper to move utilities underground—and make electric lines safer.
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.
Burro makes carts that help growers of trees and vineyards with harvests. Meanwhile, the maker of Vespa scooters wants to carry your groceries.
The social media company will delete data from images of more than 1 billion people.
With the help of AI, you’ll be able to take a picture of a shirt, then ask Google to find socks with the same pattern.
A handful of companies are pursuing airborne seeding, but there’s little evidence so far that the tactic will succeed.
A new study illustrates just how geographically concentrated AI activity has become.
Everyone from tech companies to churches wants a say in how the EU regulates AI that could harm people.