The Moral Case Against Equity Language

What’s a “justice-involved person”? The Sierra Club’s Equity Language Guide discourages using the words stand, Americans, blind, and crazy. The first two fail at inclusion, because not everyone can stand and not everyone living in this country is a citizen.

"It's always going to be very biased towards the data it's trained on" – Red Hot Chili Peppers and Adele mixing engineer Andrew Scheps shares his views on AI machine learning, and his tips

Three-time Grammy Award-winning mixing engineer Andrew Scheps worked on Adele's 21, RHCP's Stadium Arcadium (both of which is won Grammys for) and has mixed for Black Sabbath, Metallica, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Neil Diamond and man, many others.

Prepare for the Textpocalypse

Our relationship to writing is about to change forever; it may not end well.

How the Weekend-Long Freakout Over Silicon Valley Bank Ended

Unless you happened to take a digital detox this weekend, you probably witnessed a lot of online commotion regarding tech startups, the banking system, and the institution formerly known as Silicon Valley Bank.

The Silicon Valley Bank Contagion Is Just Beginning

When Silicon Valley Bank collapsed on March 10, Garry Tan, president and CEO of startup incubator Y Combinator, called SVB’s failure “an extinction level event for startups” that “will set startups and innovation back by 10 years or more.

What you need to know about the SVB bank rescue plan

Question and answers about the federal government's plan to stop bank runs

Microsoft just laid off one of its responsible AI teams

The move leaves Microsoft without a dedicated team to ensure its AI principles are closely tied to product design at a time when the company is leading the charge to make AI tools available to the mainstream, current and former employees said.

The stupidity of AI

In January 2021, the artificial intelligence research laboratory OpenAI gave a limited release to a piece of software called Dall-E.