Nov. 14, 2023, 7:43 p.m. | Bianca Gonzalez

Biometric Update

A UK judge has ruled that former Uber Eats delivery driver Edrissa Manjang can amend and pursue claims that he was kicked off the ride-sharing app as a result of a racially-biased algorithm in its face biometric system, according to Law360.

The judge had first accepted the amended claims in July 2022 after Uber Eats gave information that contradicted his original claims. She also, however, ruled Manjang can not use emails the company sent him about the system as …

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