The Wall Street Journal has reported that the United States Securities and Exchange Commission has launched an investigation into Activision Blizzard that span many aspects of its business.
Two Uber drivers and the App Drivers & Courier Union has taken the ride-hailing firm to court to try to learn whether the service's algorithms are discriminating against drivers or not.
Three ex-employees of Tesla have filed a suit against the company alleging they were the target of racism while at the company's Fremont factory. It's the second such case this year for Tesla.
Scientists have determined where in the sky an alien should be to spot Earth using human-like technology; a new quantum computing architecture for silicon quantum processors developed; and more.
Researchers from Stanford University developed AI that can correctly determine a person's sexuality over 80% of the time. However, its use to discriminate against gay people has become a concern.
The author of the controversial 'anti-diversity' memo that called women inherently inferior to men has been fired by Google after Sundar Pichai, CEO of the company denounced the document.
Atipico, a company in Silicon Valley, has developed AI to help prevent bias when screening new job applicants. The company hopes that this will help with diversity problems in STEM jobs.
Three women are suing Microsoft for gender-bias in the way the company promoted, paid, and evaluated its employees, saying that Microsoft consistently discriminated against women in the workplace.
Microsoft announced today that it will be launching a dedicated web form for reporting hate speech on its services. There will be a separate web form that will allow users to request reconsideration.
It's not hard to gauge that people are split on the issue of Google Glass, while some think it's the best thing since sliced bread, others think it's intrusive and makes you look like a total douche.
Elderly former Sprint employees now have a check to look forward to in the mail as U.S. District Judge John Lungstrum approved a $57 million settlement yesterday resolving a series of lawsuits claiming Sprint Nextel...
Online search engine leader Google Inc. casts itself as an enlightened employer that pampers its employees with free meals to supplement plentiful helpings of stock options that could soon be worth millions of dollars. ...