Peachtree Corners, Georgia will serve as the testing ground for a new slate of technology including autonomous vehicles.
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One year after Amazon, Microsoft and IBM ended facial recognition sales to police, smaller players fill void
Dozens of smaller facial recognition companies have taken over for Amazon, IBM and Microsoft in providing police departments with tools.
Digital insurance company Lemonade caused controversy after boasting about how its AI system was boosting profits by denying claims.
The Open Voice Network will look to protect the voices behind the technology and establish trust with consumers.
C3 AI will expand its offerings to Shell and help with reliability, asset integrity, and process optimization.
As federal legislation on law enforcement's use of facial recognition software stalls, dozens of cities and counties are taking measures into their own hands.
Just 6% of respondents said they ensure AI is used ethically and responsibly by making development teams diverse.