In this week’s top stories: Apple officially unveils the 16-inch MacBook Pro, Disney+ debuts, Apple Watch Black Friday pricing, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest news. After months of rumors,
Apple Card controversy: Artificial intelligence learned its gender bias from Silicon Valley, tech expert says
Apple Card gender bias issue is a lesson for all orgs using AI: Tech expert The Apple Card gender bias allegation is a lesson for Silicon Valley, which has suffered from sexism issues for a long time,
Apple ad revenue could grow more than five-fold by 2025, according to JP Morgan. The bank says that the opportunity is created by the Cupertino company’s growing Services business. Apple doesn’t detail
Each week, we review the week’s news, offering analysis about the most important developments in the tech industry. Hi, I’m Jamie Condliffe. Greetings from London. Here’s a look at the week’s tech news:
This week, VentureBeat launched a quarterly magazine. Like the AI Weekly, the special issue gives our editorial team a chance to reflect on important transformative technology influencing business, technology,
This week in Apple news we saw some new concept renders of the iPhone 12 (see above). These renders are not at all official — they are based on industry rumors we’ve heard thus far as well as the current
At the Movethedial Global Summit in Toronto yesterday, I listened intently to a talk titled “No polite fictions: What AI reveals about humanity.” Kathryn Hume, Borealis AI’s director of product, listed
This Week In Credit Card News: Hackers Trying To Steal Your Miles and Points; Google As Your Banker?
Google Wants To Be Your Banker Google plans to launch a checking account aimed at individuals as soon as next year. The search giant will tie the accounts to its Google Pay offering, which already has
(Reuters) - U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren questioned Goldman Sachs's response to allegations of bias in how the bank evaluates applicants for Apple Inc's credit card, suggesting it should pull down the
New York (CNN) — Allegations of Apple Card gender bias have rankled one of Goldman Sachs' biggest critics: Elizabeth Warren. The Senator and Democratic candidate for president criticized Goldman Sachs'