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Alex Hanna left Google to try to save AI’s future

It was a move that capped a dramatic period in Hanna’s professional life. In late 2020, her manager, Timnit Gebru, had been fired...

The messy morality of letting AI make life-and-death decisions

By the 2000s, an algorithm had been developed in the US to identify recipients for donated kidneys. But some people were unhappy...

The EU wants to put companies on the hook for harmful AI

The new bill, called the AI Liability Directive, will add teeth to the EU’s AI Act, which is set to become EU...

The outgoing White House AI director explains the policy challenges ahead

They’re making good progress on this and anticipate having that framework out by the beginning of 2023. There are some nuances here—different people...

Automated techniques could make it easier to develop AI

“BERT takes months of computation and is very expensive—like, a million dollars to generate that model and repeat those processes,” Bahrami says. “So...

Doctors using AI catch breast cancer more often than either does alone

The software being tested comes from Vara, a startup based in Germany that also led the study. The company’s AI is already...

These simple changes can make AI research much more energy efficient

Since the first paper studying this technology’s impact on the environment was published three years ago, a movement has grown among researchers...

AI’s progress isn’t the same as creating human intelligence in machines

But GPT-3 suffers from several problems that researchers are working to address. It’s often inconsistent—you can get contradictory answers to the same question....

South Africa’s private surveillance machine is fueling a digital apartheid

“Vumacam’s technology is honed for the purpose of preventing crime and as such does not have mass surveillance capability nor intention,” says...

AI’s inequality problem

In the US, for instance, during much of the 20th century the various regions of the country were—in the language of economists—“converging,” and...

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