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Ten years after it was introduced, India's national digital identity system is becoming ubiquitous in the country, even as large numbers of homeless and transgender people are excluded and many denied essential services, a study showed.
Krystian Gebis did not have to keep his hands on the wheel when he operated a specially modified Peterbilt semi truck along a test track last month.
Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google, Microsoft Corp, Twitter Inc – they all endorsed the "Contract for the Web”, a document that Tim Berners-Lee, the man credited with inventing the World Wide Web, hopes will make sure the Internet doesn’t spawn a dystopia of unequal access, zero privacy and manipulated information.
Facebook on Nov 25 introduced a Viewpoints app in the US that pays members of the social network for taking part in surveys.
Google fired four employees for what the technology giant said were violations of its data-security policies, escalating tension between management and activist workers at a company once revered for its open corporate culture.
Almost all of Zuckerberg’s discussions were with fellow white men – who have always dominated the technology industry.
The use of facial recognition technology at a popular Indian cafe chain that triggered a backlash among customers, led to calls from human rights advocates on Nov 25 for the government to speed up the introduction of laws to protect privacy.
US antitrust authorities probing Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google have struggled with scrutinising companies whose products are popular and free. Now they may have a solution: Use privacy as a test.
The AI revolution could affect work in nearly every occupation, but certain demographics will be impacted more, research from the Brookings Institution suggests. Men, over-represented in both analytical, technical and professional roles as well as production, work in occupations with much higher AI exposure.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee released an ambitious rule book for online governance – a bill of rights and obligations for the Internet – designed to counteract the growing prevalence of such anti-democratic poisons as misinformation, mass surveillance and censorship.