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Microsoft took an ethical stand on facial recognition just days after being blasted for a sinister AI project in China
Microsoft President Brad Smith cited human rights concerns, saying the tech would end up disproportionately targeting women and ethnic minorities.
Microsoft President Brad Smith told Business Insider said prohibiting facial recognition sales could halt good work, such as diagnosing rare diseases.
The president of Microsoft says top leaders at the world’s biggest tech companies meet regularly to talk about the major issues facing Silicon V...
Microsoft's Brad Smith says that the tech industry gets together to talk about regulation and whatever else is on their mind.
Microsoft CEO Brad Smith predicts tech will have to tackle artificial intelligence, US/China relations, state-sponsored cyberattacks, and more.
Mark Zuckerberg has reached out to Microsoft president Brad Smith, which is bad for Sheryl Sandberg because it shows how messy things have gotten unde...
Zuckerberg has spoken to Microsoft president, Brad Smith, about the possibility of joining Facebook, which doesn't bode well for Sheryl Sandberg.
Microsoft president calls for government regulation of facial-recognition technology to ‘ensure that the year 2024 doesn’t look like a pag...
Microsoft president Brad Smith warned that if government use of facial-recognition tech wasn't regulated, our future could become Orwellian.
Microsoft’s top lawyer says it’ll never shy away from providing AI-powered weapons to the US military: ‘We at Microsoft have their b...
Microsoft President Brad Smith offers a dig at Google while confirming that his company is happy to pursue the enormous defense market and fulfill what it sees as its patriotic duty.
Brad Smith, the CEO of $54 billion Intuit, is stepping down after an impressive 11 year run at the company
Sasan Goodarzi, a 14 year veteran of Intuit, will replace Brad Smith as CEO at the end of the year.
"After 43 years, this is the first day that we are announcing — and will be distributing — a custom Linux kernel," said Brad Smith, Microsoft's president.
Microsoft is ending mandatory arbitration clauses, which critics say can silence victims in sexual misconduct incidents.