A single Amazon Echo draws on planetary resources, human labor, and data throughout its lifetime in ways that are invisible to most consumers. AI expert Kate Crawford explains.
Once a startup housed in a garage, Amazon is now one of the most powerful entities in the world economy, touching countless aspects of our lives. How has Jeff Bezos' company become so ubiquitous and where is it headed?
How does racism get coded into artificial intelligence and tech products? Experts explain and explore how we can address bias in the tech industry and in society.
How do we deal with machines that learn faster than us? Especially when we don't know exactly what and how they're learning? New York Times journalist Cade Metz dives into the strange world of AI research.
Celebrate new 2021 CHM Fellow Raymond Ozzie at our virtual awards ceremony, with tributes and stories from tech leaders and pioneers.
Tech in Silicon Valley has failed at diversity efforts. Can Silicon Valley build a more inclusive future? Experts weigh in.
Is there more to fear or to hope from artificial intelligence technologies today and into the future? A virtual town hall provided information and context to help us all become better informed digital citizens.
Millions of people have sent their DNA to be analyzed, hoping to obtain clues to family origins and forecasts of their future health. But what really happens once the sample is in the hands of testing companies?
Sharing their experience, and their optimism, panelists explore how the digital revolution is accelerating notable advances, particularly in healthcare.
We hear the term “innovation” seemingly everywhere: In books; magazines; white papers; blogs; classrooms; offices; factories; government hearings; podcasts; and more. But for all this discussion, have we really gotten much clarity?