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A “deepfake ecosystem” that could generate fake nudes on request. A new report from security firm Sensity revealed that 104,852 women were targeted in July by an AI-powered bot that allowed users to create fake nudes of them from images on social media. The pictures were later shared and traded in various Telegram channels.
SoftBank Group Corp CEO Masayoshi Son said on Oct 22 that the sale of chip designer Arm to Nvidia Corp will drive growth in computing power, in his first public comments since the US$40bil (RM165.85bil) deal was announced in September.
Imagine Brad Pitt speaking in six different languages: new AI translates dialogue in the speaker’s voice
The Canadian startup Resemble has developed an ingenious system for automatically translating speech into other languages while maintaining the speaker’s same voice. The tool, called Localize, is based on artificial intelligence and could prove revolutionary in several fields.
As Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg prepares to be grilled by a US Senate committee about the handling of politically-charged posts, content moderators are insisting that properly valuing their work is key.
Semiconductor designer Advanced Micro Devices Inc on Oct 27 said it has agreed buy Xilinx Inc in a US$35bil (RM145.81bil) all-stock deal that will intensify its battle with Intel Corp in the data centre chip market.
When the parents of a teen murdered in America's deadliest high school shooting were approached by an advertising agency to digitally resurrect their son for an election video, they didn't hesitate for a moment.
The pandemic is forcing marine protection observers to adopt technology that monitors fishing boats remotely instead of getting on the vessels and risking infection.
Chinese Tesla rival Xpeng steers clear of robotaxis, says self-driving trucks more likely to succeed
It is difficult for self-driving systems to replace human drivers, especially in densely populated cities, Xpeng’s head of autonomous driving says. Self-driving long-haul trucks and robots handling last-mile deliveries are more likely to be successfully automated, according to Xinzhou Wu.
Beyond just its effects on health, the coronavirus pandemic has also taken a toll on people's social lives. In Japan, they're fighting back against the loneliness by buying up friendly robots.
From drivers' rights to surveillance and election disinformation, the Nov 3 US election tested a number of digital rights issues.