According to MIT research, facial recognition programs don't recognize minorities as often as they do Caucasian faces and it's likely because the photos used to train the artificial intelligence were limited.
Video sharing giant Vimeo announced some new review functionality aimed at making the important process of feedback and collaboration easier than ever. Colleagues across the globe can now collaborate in real time.
On Friday, the Hubble Space Telescope organization announced a traveling gallery of images from the telescope. The gallery, which includes photos as well as paintings and sculptures, will be coming to the U.S. at a later date.
Meet Meitu, the Chinese app taking the world by storm with its instant beautifying effects that turn you into whomever you want to be -- in your photographs, that is. Meitu is now facing a host of privacy concerns over data collection.
The Sony A7S II plays a big role in the indie film scene, but now it's been used to shoot a feature. Screen Gems used the camera to shoot its entire upcoming thriller 'Cadaver,' a decision that both saved money and boosted efficiency.
Despite publicly denouncing an abundance of ads as “creepy,” Snapchat is now embracing ad-targeting in the vein of Google, Facebook, and Twitter via its new deal with Oracle Data Cloud to obtain offline purchasing data.
If Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook page looks better than yours, it's probably not just because he's the social media site's CEO -- he also has a team of people managing his page, from writing the posts to taking the photographs.
Fujifilm repackaged the high-end X-T2 to shave $700 off the price -- yet the camera still includes the same sensor, processor, and even 4K video. Announced today, the X-T20 sits between the budget X-A3 and flagship X-T2.
The X100F uses the same 24MP Xtrans III APS-C sensor and X-Processor Pro from the X-Pro2 and X-T2 along with a new 325-point AF system. Performance has been improved across the board, with faster focusing, shutter delay, and start-up times.