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Algorithmic Justice League founder Joy Buolamwini signs book deal with Random House

Joy Buolamwini, Ghanaian-American computer scientist, digital activist and founder of the Algorithmic Justice League (AJL), has sealed a book deal with Random…

 

Buolamwini, Gebru and Raji win AI Innovation Award for research into biometric bias

Biometrics researchers Joy Buolamwini, Timnit Gebru, and Inioluwa Raji have won the AI for Good category in VentureBeat’s AI Innovation…

 

Buolamwini responds to Amazon as police admit facial recognition recommendations not followed

MIT Media Lab researcher Joy Buolamwini has responded to criticisms of her study on algorithmic bias in services offered by…

 

New facial biometric bias study from Buolamwini fans flames of controversy

Significant improvements have been made recently in the poor accuracy of facial recognition algorithms for recognizing women with darker skin,…

 

Developing biometrics market segments advance with new technologies and forecasts

Steps towards biometric technology and market maturity made up the top news items of the week on Biometric Update, with…

 

Biometric smart cards and civic digital identity apps to redefine wallets

The advance of biometric smart cards for digital identity and payments, and their eventual replacement by apps in the former…

 

Biometrics expert discusses facial recognition regulation as Massachusetts’ proposed ban moves forward

A bill has been passed by the State Senate of Massachusetts which could block biometric facial recognition from use by…

 

Facial recognition needs auditing and ethics standards to be safe, AI Now bias critic argues

The artificial intelligence community needs to begin developing the vocabulary to define and clearly explain the harms the technology can…

 

Biometrics researchers recognized for computer science innovation and bias work

Renowned biometrics expert Anil K. Jain, Michigan State Researcher and Distinguished Professor of computer science and engineering, tops the 2020 global…

 

Scientists, sociologists speak out against biometrics research that allegedly predicts criminals

Back in May, a group of professors and a Ph.D. student from Harrisburg University in Pennsylvania claimed to have developed…

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