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Futurists and scientists had high hopes for the 2010s, but some areas, like augmented reality, haven't quite lived up to the hype.
Cory Booker is demanding insurance companies provide information on medical algorithms that steer black patients away from getting higher-quality care...
Business Insider Intelligence predicts that spending on healthcare AI is projected to grow 48% between 2017 and 2023.
The CEOs of JP Morgan, McKinsey, Ford, and 800 other companies signed a letter saying diversity efforts are improving — but 42% of Americans sti...
Nearly 800 US CEOs — from firms like Bank of America, Cisco, and Ford — said they've prioritized the issue among their board of directors.
Google made a small but important change in 2017 to how it thinks about ‘Googleyness,’ a key value it looks for in new hires
The definition of "Googleyness" remains vague, but the company says it's different from cultural fit — which shows how it's thinking about diversity.
New York is investigating UnitedHealth’s use of a medical algorithm that steered black patients away from getting higher-quality care
The study's findings point to one of the many risks to implementing more AI in healthcare. Healthcare AI is projected to grow 48% between 2017-2023.
We rounded up scientific research on the best — and easiest — ways for men to seem more appealing to women.
YouTube is the world's largest video platform, and it has a major moderation problem.
A Trump executive order geared toward addressing allegations of anti-conservative bias on social-media services like Twitter and Facebook is reportedl...
President Donald Trump has repeatedly said social-media companies are biased against him, and a new executive order reportedly hopes to address that.
Here’s how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, and Red Hat are revamping their interview process for developers today
Developers are in high demand. Here's how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, Red Hat, and CircleCI are conducting developer interviews.
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