It isn’t the first time bystander videos have galvanized a movement. But this time they can be used to change policing for good.
Facebook and Twitter might have the bells and whistles, but the word processing software's simplicity and accessibility have made it a winning tool.
After years of police body cams and bystander cellphone video, it’s clear that evidentiary images on their own don’t bring about change. What’s missing is power.
This week’s moves from Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM mark a major milestone for researchers and civil rights advocates in a long and ongoing fight over face recognition in law enforcement.
Black Americans have seen technology used to target them again and again. Stopping it means looking at the problem differently.