The IRS said in 2022 it would "transition away from using a third-party service for facial recognition." Let's hold them accountable.
AJL at Data for Black Lives's opening panel: "We are the Leaders We've Been Looking For: Organizing for Algorithmic Accountability".
The aim of the Global Tech Panel is to foster more cooperation between diplomacy and technology to address challenges and threats.
Experts, advocates, community leaders, and concerned voters testify in front of the Joint Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, October 22.
A collective of tech leaders sign a letter demanding that the tech industry stop the spread of hate and terrorism on digital platforms.
A 6787/S 5140 to ban the use of biometric surveillance technology in schools and require a commission to study the effects of this sort of technology on children.
The statement ahead of the White House's summit with technology companies on violent online extremism.
Over 35 organizations joined the letter and it has been entered into the record at the House Homeland Security Committee hearing.
Brooklyn Tenants Protest Against Facial Recognition Entry Systems and AJL signs letter to New York State Homes and Community Renewal.
Joy Buolamwini discusses “Compassion Through Computation: Fighting Algorithmic Bias” at the World Economic Forum.
A letter to Jeff Bezos uncovering bias in Amazon's Rekognition software and urging him to stop selling it to Law Enforcement.
Testimony at U.S House of Representatives Committee on Algorithmic Intelligence: Societal and Ethical Implications - Congressional Hearing"
The Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing examines the use of facial recognition technology by government and commercial entities and the need for oversight.
Technology should serve all of us. Not just the privileged few.