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Jonathan Vanian

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Oakland, CA, United States

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  • Entrepreneur
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by Jonathan:

Google's Hate Speech Detection A.I. Has a Racial Bias Problem

Google's hate-speech detection tool Perspective, which Alphabet subsidiary Jigsaw helped create, has become racially biased, according to a new study. → Read More

How State Politics Is Playing a Huge Role in Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I.

Proponents of A.I. task forces say they are a way to ensure state lawmakers are staying ahead of the technology's most pressing issues. → Read More

How Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft Created an Eavesdropping Explosion—Data Sheet

Google, Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft had humans eavesdropping on private conversations to improve apps like Siri and Skype. → Read More

Researchers Discovered a Big Security Flaw In This Important Microsoft Product

Check Point researchers discovered a big security flaw in Microsoft's Hyper-V software that may have impacted Azure. → Read More

World Economic Forum Wants to Help Companies Avoid the Pitfalls of Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I.

The group behind the Davos conference wants to help companies avoid the potential pitfalls that come with deploying artificial intelligence. → Read More

Social Media's Plan to Fight Online Trolls Gets a Reality Check: Eye on A.I.

Although artificial intelligence can help to automatically scrub posts, it’s unlikely that it will be able to entirely solve the problem, says a new study on behalf of the United Kingdom’s Office of Communications. → Read More

Microsoft’s Satya Nadella Wants Xbox to Conquer Cloud Gaming

Xbox’s biggest boss talks Sony, the toxic culture of video games, and his favorite video game right now. → Read More

Why Self-Driving Cars Need ‘Morality’ Settings: Eye on A.I.

Artificial intelligence raises controversial ethical questions in areas like self-driving cars. It can also supercharge video games. → Read More

Cloud Companies Microsoft, Amazon, and Google Are Competing to Support Video Game Streaming

Streaming video games promises to be an all-out brawl among companies with the internet infrastructure to back it up. At stake? Billions of dollars and the future of a fast-growing industry. → Read More

Will A.I., Blockchain, 5G, and Virtual Reality Give Companies a Competitive Edge?

Executives gathered Wednesday at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference in Aspen, Colo., to discuss which technologies they believe give them a competitive edge. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence Is Center Stage at Brainstorm Tech: Eye on A.I.

A.I. and its impact on business and policy is one of the key themes at this year’s Fortune Brainstorm Tech retreat in Aspen, Co. that kicked off Monday and ends on Wednesday. → Read More

Quantum Computers Might Save the World—If Companies Can Find Workers to Build Them

Microsoft and 1QBit executives explained at Fortune’s annual Brainstorm Tech conference Monday in Aspen, d why people should care about quantum computing. → Read More

What People Get Wrong About China and Artificial Intelligence: Eye on A.I.

Jeffrey Ding, the lead for the Center for the Governance of AI at the Future of Humanity Institute at Oxford University, explains misconceptions about China and artificial intelligence. → Read More

Here's When CEOs Expect to See Financial Returns on Artificial Intelligence

A KPMG survey reveals when CEOs expect to see financial returns on artificial intelligence projects. → Read More

Worrying About Artificial Intelligence Starting a Nuclear War: Eye on A.I.

Beatrice Fihn and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) want tech companies to talk A.I. and nuclear weapons. → Read More

Worrying About Artificial Intelligence Starting a Nuclear War: Eye on A.I.

A Nobel Prize Winner want tech companies to talk about A.I. and nuclear weapons. → Read More

Investors Go Phishing For Gold In Cybersecurity—Cyber Saturday

Three cybersecurity startups specializing anti-phishing technology together raised nearly $140 million during the past week. → Read More

What Big Banks Say About Being 'Screwed' — Data Sheet

This is your Data Sheet newsletter for Friday, June 21, 2019. → Read More

Ripple CEO: Facebook Libra Cryptocurrency Push Makes Me Happy

A rising tide lifts all boats, Brad Garlinghouse said at Fortune's inaugural Brainstorm Finance conference in Montauk. → Read More

Ripple CEO: Facebook Libra Cryptocurrency Push Makes Me Happy

A rising tide lifts all boats, Brad Garlinghouse said at Fortune's inaugural Brainstorm Finance conference in Montauk. → Read More