Bias has become a challenge of technology. Consumers and policymakers have concerns about how AI, machine learning and the bias in algorithms might impact society.
"We are writing to urge you to immediately end all surveillance advertising to children and adolescents, including the use of artificial intelligence to optimise the delivery of specific ads to the
young people most vulnerable to them," Fairplay, Accountable Tech, the Electronic Privacy Information Center, Fight for the Future and 42 other organizations say in a letter sent Tuesday to CEO Mark
The report, "Data Capitalism + Algorithmic Racism," however, provides policy recommendations to solve the problem.
Republican lawmakers are asking the companies for internal research related to their products' effect on the mental health of children and teens.
Consumers prefer to do business with companies that make authentication safe and simple and safe, according to 81% of consumers surveyed by CMO Council and Business Performance Innovation Network.
This frustration can cause consumers to search for brands that offer a different type of digital verification process.
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen blasted the company's practices at a Senate hearing on Tuesday, stating that the social networking service repeatedly chose profits over users' safety.
A trio of Democratic lawmakers are urging Facebook to immediately cease efforts to launch a version of Instagram for children, given a new report about company research into the service's effects on
Coming back from a self-imposed news blackout during an "off-the-grid" family vacation last week, the first thing that struck me was how utterly predictable the dumbfounded reaction of the U.S. news
cycle can be when it comes to inherently predictable events.
"While we agree that Facebook must safeguard user privacy, it is similarly imperative that Facebook allow credible academic researchers and journalists like those involved in the Ad Observatory
project to conduct independent research that will help illuminate how the company can better tackle misinformation, disinformation, and other harmful activity that is proliferating on its platforms,"
three Senate Democrats say in a letter sent Monday to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
In a closely watched case, the Supreme Court Thursday voted 6-3 to narrow the scope of a 1980s-era anti-hacking law.
NYU report also recommends amending, rather than repealing, Section 230.