22 Sep

“Facebook’s racist ad problems were baked in from the start”

“Facebook and Google, two of world’s biggest and most influential companies, pride themselves on their ad businesses. These operations generate tens of billions of dollars per year, thanks in part to letting advertisers target even the most obscure microcommunities using unprecedented sets of data.”

Read: Facebook’s racist ad problems were baked in from the start

22 Sep

“The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse”

“Two weeks ago, a pair of researchers from Stanford University made a startling claim. Using hundreds of thousands of images taken from a dating website, they said they had trained a facial recognition system that could identify whether someone was straight or gay just by looking at them.”

Read: The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse

22 Sep

“The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse”

“Two weeks ago, a pair of researchers from Stanford University made a startling claim. Using hundreds of thousands of images taken from a dating website, they said they had trained a facial recognition system that could identify whether someone was straight or gay just by looking at them.”

Read: The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse

22 Sep

“The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse”

“Two weeks ago, a pair of researchers from Stanford University made a startling claim. Using hundreds of thousands of images taken from a dating website, they said they had trained a facial recognition system that could identify whether someone was straight or gay just by looking at them.”

Read: The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse

22 Sep

“The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse”

“Two weeks ago, a pair of researchers from Stanford University made a startling claim. Using hundreds of thousands of images taken from a dating website, they said they had trained a facial recognition system that could identify whether someone was straight or gay just by looking at them.”

Read: The invention of AI ‘gaydar’ could be the start of something much worse

13 Sep

“The five biggest questions about Apple’s new facial recognition system”

“Today, Apple introduced a new flagship phone — the iPhone X — with a powerful new login system. Because phone’s all-glass front leaves no room for a home button, Apple is ditching Touch ID in favor of a facial recognition system powered by a new camera array and a specially modified A11 chip.”

Read: The five biggest questions about Apple’s new facial recognition system

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