Former L.A. Times publisher reportedly got $2.5 million settlement after secretly recording his ex-boss Michael Ferro
The L.A. Times’ former publisher, Davan Maharaj, reportedly got a $2.5-million settlement following his exit from Tribune Publishing. Maharaj's attorney denies the settlement was related to recordings of anti-Semitic comments allegedly made by the company's former chairman, Michael Ferro.
An unusual consensus emerged recently between AI researchers, activists, lawmakers and many of the largest tech companies: Facial recognition software breeds bias, risks fueling mass surveillance and should be regulated. Deciding on effective controls and acting on them will be much harder.