26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

21 Feb

“New York City Passes Bill to Study Biases in Algorithms Used by the City”

“New York City is taking the first steps to address algorithmic bias in city services. City council passed a bill last week that will require the city to address bias in algorithms used by the New York Police Department, the city’s courts, and dozens of city agencies.”

Read: New York City Passes Bill to Study Biases in Algorithms Used by the City

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