HB 1999 would close a legal recourse loophole by outlawing the use of a minor’s face to digitally fabricate sexual content.
At Recompose in Seattle, Katrina Spade offers a low-emission alternative to traditional burial or cremation: human composting.
Companies like Meta and Bloomberg draw upon a database of 191,000 books to train the tools. Local writers aren’t happy, and lawsuits are in the works.
Pandemic relief funds are bankrolling new – and often unregulated – law enforcement tools such as license-plate readers, drones and AI video software.
Two experts in immersive technologies may disagree on what the virtual world will look like, but they do agree it will change society.
Major tech companies like Microsoft, Google and Facebook are grappling with government regulation and a public that has fallen out of love.
As the new technology proliferates, the founding CEO of the Allen Institute for A.I. discusses how — or even whether — it should be controlled.
The Wei Wai Kum Nation uses Indigenous practices of eco-cultural restoration.
CenturyLink offers some poorer neighborhoods with more residents of color slower internet for higher prices, an analysis found.
For Washington state drivers to fully embrace electric vehicles, they'll need more places to charge them.
California investors hope to strike it rich by building a huge crypto operation in the remote town of Usk. But the community isn't so sure.
An empty Cinerama and a missing sculpture: What will happen to the late Microsoft billionaire’s legacy of art philanthropy?
UW researcher Dr. Yejin Choi has spent a career pursuing 'risky' AI research that bridges the communication gap between humans and technology.
Despite new tech and materials, the most realistic solution is to use less plastic in packaging.
The Oregon-based company NuScale designed 'cookie cutter' reactors that can be mass produced. Scrutiny has followed.
A digital loom, augmented reality festival and internet rabbit holes at the Seattle Art Museum.