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Join us on November 9 and 10 for this year’s RE:WIRED celebration as Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel, digital artist Beeple, scholar Timnit Gebru, actor John Cho, and more discuss some of the biggest challenges facing humanity.

Ethical AI is 'a field that tries to ensure that, when we work on AI technology, we’re working on it with foresight', Timnit Gebru says

Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable.

Timnit Gebru's exit from Google was the final straw for one engineering veteran. Read the powerful letter he sent to colleagues as he departed the company after 16 years.

Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable.

"I thought [Google was] waiting for a reason to get rid fo me. That’s how I felt, " says Gebru. "What I learned is the moment you push hard enough, you'll get pushed out. " #EmTechMIT 

Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable.

Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable. via @BW 

Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable. via @BW 

Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable. via @BW 

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Timnit Gebru says she was ousted from Google over her AI research. Now she has a plan to hold Big Tech accountable. via @BW 

A BBC reporter in Ethiopia's conflict-hit region of Tigray has been detained by the military. Witnesses say Girmay Gebru, who works for BBC Tigrinya, was taken along with four other people from a café in the regional capital, Mekelle. Here is what you need to know in 60 seconds.

Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: BBC reporter Girmay Gebru detained by military

For the second time in three months, Google has fired a prominent woman researcher on ethics in artificial intelligence. Following Timnit Gebru's departure in December, Margaret Mitchell says she has been fired from the company’s AI lab, Google Brain

Google AI researcher Timnit Gebru says she was fired over a research paper she coauthored on the ethical issues of recent advances in the tech. “I felt like we were being censored and thought this had implications for all of ethical AI research.”

We got a copy of the research paper that forced Timnit Gebru out of Google. In it, the company's star ethics researcher highlighted the risks of large language models, which are key to Google's business.

2 Google engineers quit to protest the firing of researcher Timnit Gebru, who was fired after speaking out about racial bias. Black women make up 1.6% of Google’s workforce. Gebru is 1 of 2 Black female execs fired last year who voiced frustration about its hiring practices.

A second high-ranking Black employee from Google said she was fired from the company. April Christina Curley said she was denied promotions and harassed by managers. Research scientist Timnit Gebru also said she was fired this year. She called Google “institutionally racist.”

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1,800+ Google workers signed a letter accusing Google of racism and censorship after a Black exec said she was fired for not retracting ethics research. Dr. Timnit Gebru, a tech racial bias expert, says she felt "dehumanized" at Google. Just 1.6% of employees are Black women.

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Timnit Gebru’s work on AI bias is necessary and pathbreaking. The prospect that she’d simply be instructed by her employer to withdraw her academic work-in-progress — with no discussion — implicates all the church/state issues of corporations hosting academic research units.

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