26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

26 Apr

“Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition”

“Axon, formerly known as Taser, has launched a new “AI ethics board” to guide its use of artificial intelligence. The board will meet twice a year to discuss the ethical implications of upcoming Axon products, particularly how their use might affect community policing.”

Read: Axon launches AI ethics board to study the dangers of facial recognition

24 Apr

“10 years in, the Marvel Cinematic Universe still lacks diversity — and these 4 graphs prove it”

“Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War, out in theaters April 27, promises to be a culmination of every origin story, direct sequel and mash-up that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has produced over its 10-year history, starting with 2008’s Iron Man and running through February’s Black Panther.”

Read: 10 years in, the Marvel Cinematic Universe still lacks diversity — and these 4 graphs prove it

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