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Apple Inc. is shopping for lidar car sensors for its self driving cars, an indicator that the finished product could be several years away still.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google will evaluate the performance of its vice presidents and above on team diversity and inclusion starting this year, the company said on Friday in one of several responses to concerns about its treatment of a Black scientist.
Google will restructure its responsible artificial intelligence efforts to centralise teams under a single executive, according to people familiar with the situation, as the Internet giant tries to stabilise groups working on ethics research and products after months of chaos.
Alex Rosenblat, an author and labour researcher, wrote for years about how Uber Technologies Inc obscures pay structures, surveils drivers and creates systems that facilitate discrimination against those workers. Now she works for Uber.
AI simulators that replicate the driving experience can save operators rental, labour and equipment costs. To a certain extent, they may replace traditional driving instructors, although students still need to go on real roads at some point.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Civil and digital rights groups on Wednesday launched a petition seeking the support of one million Europeans to help pressure the European Union to ban biometric mass surveillance ahead of laws on artificial intelligence (AI) due this year.
Doing "boring business" is paying off for several Japanese startups, pushing their founders in the league of the ultra-wealthy.
Artificial intelligence can be vulnerable to attacks that are invisible to humans but wreak havoc on computer systems. Li Bo, an award-winning scientist, leads a team that works with IBM and financial institutions to defend against cyberattacks.
Though Elon Musk may be famously erratic, his interest in cryptocurrency seems particularly at odds with his other ventures and sustainability goals.
To recognise deepfakes, the detectors focus on facial features, especially eye movement like blinking, which is usually poorly reproduced in these fake videos.