Bias and AI, online test proctoring, troubleshooting home Wi-Fi.
- Dave Gershgorn from OneZero talks about how bias can creep into AI systems and what can be done to prevent it.
- With schools moving online more now than ever, Monica Chin from the Verge shines a light on the invasive practices of remote proctoring services.
- Wi-Fi in the home can be a big challenge, but it might not be the problem. Geoffrey Fowler from the Washington Post walks through how to troubleshoot your Wi-Fi connection.
- Contact Tracing apps are starting to be used by the public, all of them employing different methods of tracking and raising eyebrows in the process.
- Google Meet just opened up its suite to all users for free in a bid to beat Zoom at the game Google helped to create.
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- A Scramble for Virus Apps That Do No Harm
- Google Meet Video Conferencing Is Now Free for Anybody
- Zoom Admits It Doesn’t Have 300 Million Users, Corrects Misleading Claims