The FBI’s facial recognition software has been in operation since December 2011, but today members of Congress and the Government Accountability Office (GAO) asserted that it still lacks sufficient privacy and accuracy assessments in place. The system began with a pilot program and became fully operational in September...
The most important revelation from the Electronic Entertainment Expo gameplay reveal of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order wasn’t the cool lightsaber attacks or your adorable BD-1 droid companion. It’s the apperance of Saw Gerrera. Seeing the radical resistance fighter was a nice surprise for hardcore Star Wars fans. But it...
YouTube today announced new features intended to bring greater transparency and control to recommendations. Alongside an information box explaining homepage video suggestions, it’s rolling out a shortcut that quickly hides selected channels and an improved topic and related videos experience. “One thing we’ve consistently heard from you is that...
Audioburst, a four-year-old startup developing AI that parses, labels, and segments live and recorded audio clips, aims to make it easier for developers and non-developers alike to tap into its rapidly growing library. To that end, the company today debuted Studio, a software-as-a-service platform that enables users to...
Mobile market analyst Sensor Tower looked at the 100 top app publishers on Apple and Google and found that those on the iOS side made 64% percent more compared to Android during the first quarter of 2019. Combining both platforms, the top 100 made an average of $130.4 million....