A Harvard medical student submitted auto-generated comments to Medicaid; volunteers couldn’t distinguish them from those penned by humans.
The model had shown promise in Flint before officials rebelled. Now Toledo is using it, while incorporating more public input.
But it’s still using intonation and behavior to assist with hiring decisions.
The FTC applies a novel remedy, going a step further than simply deleting the source photos.
A bill would require firms to disclose when they use software to assess candidates, and vendors would have to ensure that their tech doesn’t discriminate.
Jason Furman, a top economic adviser to President Obama, says good ideas come from everywhere—but Trump has dissuaded tech workers from coming to the US.
David Silver of DeepMind, who helped create the program that defeated a Go champion, thinks rewards are central to how machines—and humans—acquire knowledge.
This year’s A-Levels, the high-stakes exams taken in high school, were canceled due to the pandemic. The alternative only exacerbated existing inequities.
Adobe is adding technology to tag images with metadata, part of an effort to identify deepfakes and other efforts at manipulation.
Using open-source software and less than $100, a researcher was able to create plausible images and audio of actor Tom Hanks.