Khari Johnson

I’m a senior writer at WIRED who covers artificial intelligence. I get excited about transformational technology and conversations with committed, passionate people. Yes to community, citizenship, and good ideas that make people’s lives better during our time on this planet. I love photography and visual storytelling. Research is fun. Lifelong learner.

Building AI for the Global South

Google employee group urges Congress to strengthen whistleblower protections for AI researchers

AI ethics is all about power

Dozens of current and former Dropbox employees allege gender discrimination

From whistleblower laws to unions: How Google’s AI ethics meltdown could shape policy

What algorithm auditing startups need to succeed

Confidence, uncertainty, and trust in AI affect how humans make decisions

As robotic grasping improves, rivals debate the metrics of success

Timnit Gebru: Google’s ‘dehumanizing’ memo paints me as an angry Black woman

ExamSoft’s remote bar exam sparks privacy and facial recognition concerns