Have you been pulled over or stopped on the street by the police? Siri can come to your aid with a shortcut that will quietly start recording your encounter, send someone your location, then send the video to a contact.
Women who would make a valuable addition to an organization just need a little support from the community to succeed.
Black people are encouraged to avoid buying anything on July 7 to demonstrate their spending power. Those who can’t are asked to buy from Black-owned businesses. On Tuesday and beyond, these businesses are worth a look.
'We do not make exceptions for political or newsworthy content, and will take action on content reported to us that violates our rules,' Twitch says.
The ACLU demands that Detroit police stop using facial recognition as an investigation tool, citing the January arrest of Robert Williams, a black man wrongly accused of robbery thanks to flawed facial-recognition data.
More than 1,600 employees have signed the appeal.
But not all Fortune 100 companies are donating, nor is the money consistent with company coffers. In fact, a few tech billionaires have donated more than some companies.
The video game industry wants us to know it also believes that Black lives matter, but action needs to last longer than this moment.
Spelman, Morehouse College, and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) will each receive $40 million each from Reed Hastings and Patty Quillin, which will be used to help students graduate without debt.
The one-week bundle features $1,200 worth of content for just $30, though you can pay more. All proceeds will go to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Race Forward, and The Bail Project.
CEO Adam Mosseri says the social network needs to 'better support' underrepresented groups.
Humble Bundle's Black Game Developer Fund 'is focused on supporting Black game developers, helping publish games with funding, production and marketing support.'
Tune in this Saturday for the feature-length special 'Bear Witness, Take Action.'
Microsoft President Brad Smith says the US needs to first enact a federal law on facial-recognition tech before the company will consider selling it to police departments.
Clearview AI has no plans to stop offering its facial recognition to police, even as Amazon and IBM have decided to rein in the technology amid concerns it can be abused for surveillance.
The moratorium arrives as academics, civil rights advocates, and the company’s own employees have all expressed concerns that Amazon’s Rekognition facial-recognition technology will lead to policing abuses.
Y Combinator Partner Michael Seibel is filling the seat once held by Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, who announced his resignation last Friday, and urged the company to fill his position with a black candidate.
A Media Matters study shows how instrumental Facebook is in spreading false information and encouraging police to assault protestors
If you lost your iPhone or are afraid of someone forcing you to unlock it, here’s how to disable Face ID facial recognition so it’s not used against your wishes.
A letter to Congress written by IBM CEO Arvind Krishna outlined policy proposals aimed at advancing racial equality nationwide.