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Charlette N’Guessan Desiree loved maths and science as a student in Ivory Coast, but never imagined she would one day use her problem-solving savvy to develop facial recognition technology more adept at identifying and verifying African faces.
Britain’s Prince William has branded racist abuse directed at footballers “despicable” and said it “must stop now” after Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford became the latest player to be targeted.
Convinced that paedophilia is on the rise in the Netherlands, groups of vigilantes have turned to tricking suspects into meetings, where the accused might face violence, extortion or arrest. The problem, say police, is that none of it is legal.
Wikipedia on Feb 2 unveiled a “universal code of conduct” aimed at stemming abuse, misinformation and manipulation on the global online encyclopaedia.
(Reuters) - A surprise chat between tech billionaire Elon Musk and Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev on new audio-based social network Clubhouse has helped propel the app to the top of the startup charts and sparked a scramble for invitations to the exclusive service.
Singapore will only allow police to access personal data from its coronavirus contact-tracing app for “serious” criminal investigations, a move aimed at addressing privacy concerns among users and to safeguard against its unauthorised use.
In the past, few plaintiffs have successfully won cases relating to abuse of market dominance, says an analyst. The legal environment for monopoly cases could be set for change after Beijing named antitrust as one of its top agenda issues for 2021.
Market turbulence fuelled by a horde of retail investors targeting stocks like GameStop Corp has some fingers pointing at an unexpected culprit: the social-media liability protections vilified by former President Donald Trump.
Russian authorities are deploying facial recognition cameras to identify protesters during rallies in support of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in Moscow, human rights groups said, warning that the technology is being used to stifle peaceful dissent.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Southeast Asia technology group Sea's shopping arm Shopee has apologised over an online advertisement in Indonesia that ignited uproar on social media for mocking victims of sexual harassment and abuse.