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AI Weekly: How to regulate facial recognition to preserve freedom

Today Microsoft president Brad Smith called for federal regulation of facial recognition software. “In a democratic republic, there is no substitute for decision making by our elected representatives ... read more

Microsoft Backs Facial Recognition Bill as Amazon Mulls Support

Two months after calling for laws to regulate facial-recognition software ... Amazon and Microsoft have seen their facial-recognition AI programs audited by third parties, including MIT Media Lab rese... read more

To Embrace or to Regulate: How Will the World Adapt to AI?

“To ensure that we stay on the right track, a human-centric approach to AI is needed, forcing us to keep in ... How do you Regulate Artificial Intelligence? A Chinese police officer shows off sunglass... read more

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Microsoft is asking the government to regulate the company's facial recognition tech

Microsoft (MSFT) sent one of its top executives to Washington with an unusual request: To ask the government to regulate the ... New York University’s AI Now Institute included a similar endorsement o... read more


Ethical AI: Europe leads the way

to preserve human autonomy; and to be just and fair and operate transparently. The guide also highlights some areas of specific concern such as: identification without consent (which may arise in cert... read more

AIStorm Goes After Mobile Edge Computing with $13 Million Financing Round

For the first time, AIStorm’s approach allows us to intelligently prune data from the sensor stream in real time and keep up ... like gesture control, heart rate monitoring, facial recognition, etc. W... read more

AI desperately needs regulation and public accountability, experts say

In the 40-page report (PDF) published this week, the New York ... don’t need a Department of AI, but the FAA should be ready to assess the legality of, say, a machine learning-assisted air traffic con... read more

Could AI go rogue? Debating the obstacles for enterprise machine intelligence

One hotly debated area is the use of facial recognition ... broader issue of AI’s impact and control extends far beyond the walls of the enterprise. Issues surrounding AI are political, cultural and g... read more

Bypassing facial recognition: The means, motive and opportunity

"because we understood how their AI worked and how to bypass it." This type of knowledge takes time to acquire. Bkav reseachers have been working in this field for more than a decade; they presented r... read more

Chinese AI startup dwarfs global rivals with $4.5 billion valuation

Last week ... Google's AI chief to help boost its own efforts in the technology. Related: Google is opening an artificial intelligence center in China Facial recognition technology in particular is bi... read more

Microsoft backs Washington state’s facial recognition bill as Amazon mulls support

Two months after calling for laws to regulate facial-recognition software ... Amazon and Microsoft have seen their facial-recognition AI programs audited by third parties, including MIT Media Lab rese... read more

AI Weekly: Can tech platforms police themselves in a deepfake-filled future?

In other computer vision-related news this week fit for a dystopian novel, in China, where a national facial recognition database is being created ... we don’t know yet if tech platforms can keep ever... read more



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