ACM in the News
"Don’t Let Facial Recognition Technology Get Ahead of Principles”
The Washington Post, March 12, 2023
Technology advances at a lightning pace; law and policy move more deliberately. But this doesn't mean they can't get in pace.
"Do We Need a National Algorithms Safety Board?”
The Hill, February 28, 2023
ACM's TechBrief on Safer Algorithmic Systems calls for human-centered social systems to provide independent oversight and safety culture strategies.
"As AI Booms, Reducing Risks of Algorithmic Systems is a Must, Says New ACM Brief”
VentureBeat, January 25, 2023
AI might be booming, but a new brief from ACM's global Technology Policy Council notes that the ubiquity of algorithmic systems “creates serious risks that are not being adequately addressed.”
"Responsible AI Relishes Preeminent Boost Via AI Ethics Proclamation by Top Professional Society the ACM”
Forbes, November 27, 2022
Latest AI Ethics precepts as provided via a major computing profession association that carries some hefty weight.
"Kudos Announces Launch of the 'Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Cooperative'”
Infodocket.com, September 21, 2022
A new collaboration showcases research about AI published by ACM, AIP Publishing, ASTM, and IOP Publishing.
“Trans Researchers Want Google Scholar to Stop Deadnaming Them"
Wired, September 1, 2022
The academic search engine’s policy on name changes is out of step with other search tools and publishers.