ACM in the News 2022
"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.
“Why Does an AI Faculty Shortage Exist? It’s Complicated."
InsideHigherEd.com, July 11, 2022
The dearth of artificial intelligence professors at U.S. universities is not the result of a distorted job market, according to a recent report. Some experts urge caution in relying on industry to fill the AI teaching gap.
“The Way Things Were”: How the Association for Computing Machinery Is Opening the Doors to Its Archives"
AssociationNow.com, May 23, 2022
ACM, in the midst of both a landmark celebration and a broader open-access initiative, is putting its history online for anyone to access. The archives give computing enthusiasts something to celebrate—and interested parties a window into ACM’s evolution.
"Government agencies are tapping a facial recognition company to prove you’re you – here’s why that raises concerns about privacy, accuracy and fairness"
The Conversation, February 1, 2022
As the U.S. Internal Revenue Service plans to require citizens to create accounts with a private facial recognition company to file taxes online, ACM Fellow and Chair of ACM’s Technology Policy Council Jim Hendler cautions that the government should put a great deal of care and due diligence into exploring the terrain ahead.