The California Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved to General Motors' Cruise’s bid to offer a driverless ride-hailing service in San Francisco.
Associated Press From ACM TechNews | June 6, 2022
The U.S. government has warned employers that artificial intelligence technology for screening new job candidates or tracking productivity could violate civil rights...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | May 24, 2022
A cyberattack anchored on a satellite network owned by U.S-based Viasat and used by Ukraine's government and military underscores the vulnerability of commercial...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | April 12, 2022
Autonomous technology developer TuSimple said its self-driving unmanned semitruck completed an 80-mile trip in Arizona on public roads without human intervention...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | January 5, 2022
The International Boxing Association used an artificial intelligence system to evaluate judges and referees before clearing them for the current men's world championships...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | November 8, 2021
U.S. states face a shortage of cybersecurity professionals and lack the deep pockets to compete with federal, global, and specialized cybersecurity companies.
Associated Press From ACM TechNews | September 27, 2021
General Motors' Cruise autonomous vehicle unit said it will remove human backup drivers from the driverless vehicles it is testing on San Francisco streets by year's...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | October 21, 2020
Switzerland's Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner Adrian Lobsiger called a U.S.-Swiss program for shielding personal information shared between...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | September 9, 2020
The majority of the approximately 10,000 election jurisdictions nationwide use Windows 7 or an older operating system to create ballots, program voting machines...Associated Press From ACM TechNews | July 22, 2019