More than 1,200 students at 17 universities across the country have pledged not to work for data and software services company Palantir because of its work with ICE and other federal immigration agencies.
Jewish protesters from several groups rallied outside Palantir’s offices in Palo Alto and New York on Friday to get the tech company to stop collaborating with ICE, as a key contract date approaches. protesters
The controversial Oculus founder has reportedly received funding that valued his new defense technology startup, Anduril, above $1 billion, according to a CNBC report Wednesday. The company, which makes
AI startup Adarga has closed a £5 million Series A fundraising by Allectus Capital. But this news rather cloaks the fact that it’s been building up a head of steam since it’s founding in 2016, building
This short week was filled with tough ethical debates at two of the top AI institutions in the United States. A petition and letter of support circulating at MIT is calling Media Lab director Joi Ito for
There are lively and necessary debates underway on many critical issues in the United States, but when a small group of executives at the largest Internet companies in Silicon Valley try to impose their
Facebook wants even more information about who’s paying for political ads. Facebook said this week that it will tighten some of its rules on political ads and will require more information about these
The world’s largest conference for women in technology, the Grace Hopper Celebration, is dropping Palantir as a sponsor dues to concerns over its work for US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE).