Kathryn Kyte

Get to Know: Coded Bias Film

Coded Bias is a feature-length documentary that looks at how bias creeps into technology, specifically addressing bias in algorithms. The film, which first premiered at Sundance 2020, is now playing virtually across the U.S. until Feb. 12., and will ... More...

MUST SEE FILMS AT SUNDANCE 2021 (Virtually)

No one is heading to Park City, Utah, but the 43rd edition of the Sundance Film Festival must still go on. The virtual screenings can be viewed from the comfort of your home, with tickets starting at $15.  Sundance said most of the bundles are sold o... More...

The Best of CES 2021

This year's CES may not have seen over 170,000 guests in person together, but it still went on digitally. Drones, makeup, face masks, and more were among our fa... More...

Get to Know Not Amazon

Businesses have been hit hard by the pandemic. Restaurants have closed, stores have put of "For Rent" signs, and streets have become increasingly desolate, ridd... More...

Tech Trends 2021

2021 has begun, and with it comes the yearly rollout of new technology predictions. This year will be tough but made possible with the help of technology, like it or not. New spaces, products, and ways of thinking are on the agenda, so let's get to i... More...

Best Video Games of 2020

2020 has come to a close, thankfully. As the outside world gets sorted, there are plenty of games to keep any type of person occupied while being cooped up insi... More...

Beyond the Streets 2020 Virtual Art Fair

Curated by graffiti historian Roger Gastman, with creative direction from artist Felipe Pantone, "Beyond the Streets" features over 100 emerging and renowned artists.The two-day free art fair will go virtual this year, streaming on the shopping p... More...

TEDxToronto: Uncharted

This year, TEDxToronto is setting up its annual event into parts, with part one happening on October 29 from 7PM to 9PM (EST), online. The volunteer-run organiz... More...

Experience Frieze Art Fair London from Home

Since 2003, Frieze Week has been taking place throughout London, and while this year embraces a more hybrid approach, 250 galleries will still be hosting various works, talks and studio visits. Films and live performances will also be part of the 8-d... More...

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