Tagged With Bias

An anonymous Facebook exec says 'right-wing populism is always more engaging' and that's why conservative posts thrive on the platform


Trump again accused Twitter of anti-Republican bias after #TrumpMeltdown appeared to be trending on the site: 'Only negative on Republican voices, especially mine!'


Can meditation reduce implicit bias? How mindfulness may be an important step for individual reflection



Biases you didn't know existed in the healthcare industry, and how they impact patients and medical professionals


Trump signs executive order threatening social-media companies after Twitter fact-checked his tweets


5 failed tech predictions for the 2010s that didn't work out



Cory Booker is demanding insurance companies provide information on medical algorithms that steer black patients away from getting higher-quality care


Google made a small but important change in 2017 to how it thinks about 'Googleyness,' a key value it looks for in new hires


New York is investigating UnitedHealth's use of a medical algorithm that steered black patients away from getting higher-quality care


YouTube reportedly lets its most popular creators get away with more


A Trump executive order geared toward addressing allegations of anti-conservative bias on social-media services like Twitter and Facebook is reportedly in the works


Here's how tech companies like Atlassian, Microsoft, and Red Hat are revamping their interview process for developers today



Facebook's ad targeting discriminates by race and gender, even when it's not told to, study suggests


We tried to buy people's lottery tickets for more than they paid — it shows why we overvalue something simply because we own it


Availability bias: discussing what occupation is most likely to cheat on their spouse


Trump is not about to order an antitrust investigation into 'bias' at Google and Facebook, White House officials say



What you see in this drawing may show whether you are ageist or not


Science says people decide these 9 things within seconds of meeting you


Recruiting platform Greenhouse raises $50 million to grow its diverse hiring feature


The first bill to examine 'algorithmic bias' in government agencies has just passed in New York City