More from Matt O'Brien
Trends in Manufacturing: Insights from 750 Leaders
Despite manufacturers’ best forecasts, no one could have predicted what 2020 had in store. For many manufacturers, the destabilizing force of the pandemic exposed weaknesses along the value chain. It also highlighted opportunities to justify larger-scale.
Nov 1st, 2021
Smart Eye Deputy CEO Talks Automotive AI
Carmakers are bracing for new safety rules and standards around the world that could require dashboard cameras to detect dangerous driver behavior.
Jul 26th, 2021
Google Workers Form Labor Union
The tech giant suggested it won't be negotiating directly with the union.
Jan 4th, 2021
Cybersecurity Firm Says it Was Hacked by State Actor
The stolen tools could be dangerous in the wrong hands.
Dec 9th, 2020
Laws & Regulations
Judge Postpones Trump TikTok Ban
Lawyers for TikTok argued that the administration's app-store ban would infringe on its First Amendment rights.
Sep 28th, 2020
Apple, Google Build Virus-Tracing Tech Directly Into Phones
The software is designed to automatically alert people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Sep 2nd, 2020
Pentagon Offers Military Airwaves for 5G Wireless Networks
The move is part of a broader push to get ahead of China in the deployment of 5G wireless technology.
Aug 11th, 2020
Pandemic Masks Thwarting Face Recognition Tech
Even the best commercial facial recognition systems have error rates as high as 50% when trying to identify masked faces.
Jul 28th, 2020
Laws & Regulations
Detroit Police Challenged Over Face Recognition Flaws, Bias
A man alleges he was unjustly arrested because of a flaw in facial recognition technology.
Jun 24th, 2020
IBM Quits Facial Recognition, Joins Call for Police Reforms
The company is concerned about how the technology can be used for mass surveillance and racial profiling.
Jun 9th, 2020