22 Jun

“Adobe is using machine learning to make it easier to spot Photoshopped images”

“Experts around the world are getting increasingly worried about new AI tools that make it easier than ever to edit images and videos — especially with social media’s power to share shocking content quickly and without fact-checking.”

Read: Adobe is using machine learning to make it easier to spot Photoshopped images

02 Jun

“Google Plans Not to Renew Its Contract for Project Maven, a Controversial Pentagon Drone AI Imaging Program”

“Google will not seek another contract for its controversial work providing artificial intelligence to the U.S. Department of Defense for analyzing drone footage after its current contract expires.”

Read: Google Plans Not to Renew Its Contract for Project Maven, a Controversial Pentagon Drone AI Imaging Program

02 Jun

“Google Plans Not to Renew Its Contract for Project Maven, a Controversial Pentagon Drone AI Imaging Program”

“Google will not seek another contract for its controversial work providing artificial intelligence to the U.S. Department of Defense for analyzing drone footage after its current contract expires.”

Read: Google Plans Not to Renew Its Contract for Project Maven, a Controversial Pentagon Drone AI Imaging Program

22 May

“Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system”

“Documents obtained by the ACLU of Northern California have shed new light on Rekognition, Amazon’s little-known facial recognition project. Rekognition is currently used by police in Orlando and Oregon’s Washington County, often using nondisclosure agreements to avoid public disclosure.”

Read: Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system

22 May

“Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system”

“Documents obtained by the ACLU of Northern California have shed new light on Rekognition, Amazon’s little-known facial recognition project. Rekognition is currently used by police in Orlando and Oregon’s Washington County, often using nondisclosure agreements to avoid public disclosure.”

Read: Amazon is selling police departments a real-time facial recognition system

13 May

“YouTube’s search suggests racist autocompletes”

“Type the perfectly innocuous phrase “black men are” into YouTube’s search box, and the site will automatically suggest a number of racist results, such as “black men are weak minded,” “black men are too emotional,” and “black men are coons,” among many others.”

Read: YouTube’s search suggests racist autocompletes

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