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

11 Feb

“Facial recognition software is biased towards white men, researcher finds”

“New research out of MIT’s Media Lab is underscoring what other experts have reported or at least suspected before: facial recognition technology is subject to biases based on the data sets provided and the conditions in which algorithms are created.”

Read: Facial recognition software is biased towards white men, researcher finds

21 Dec

“Windows 10’s face authentication defeated with a picture”

“Windows Hello, a new face scanning security feature in Windows 10, has been defeated with the use of a printed out picture. ZDNet reports that security researchers from German firm SYSS have defeated Windows Hello on Windows 10 machines running older versions of the operating system.”

Read: Windows 10’s face authentication defeated with a picture

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

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