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China’s widely held advantage in AI is the huge amount of data generated by its more than 900 million Internet users, the world’s biggest online population. The country’s top lawmaking body has started reviewing a draft data security legislation that aims to protect individual privacy, while also promoting the relevant use of data.
India should set up a data regulator and require companies to disclose how they collect and store data devoid of personal details or which has been anonymised, a panel tasked to draw up such regulations has said in a draft report seen by Reuters.
The United States plans to announce further details in the long-running battle with France over taxes on technology giants including Amazon.com Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc.
Almost a quarter of the videos TikTok took down in 2019’s second half involved inappropriate behaviour by minors, from illegal drug use to sexual activity.
The road to fully self-driving vehicles remains riddled with obstacles, with years of refinements likely needed, despite Tesla founder Elon Musk’s claim to be able to produce one this year.
Taku Toguchi knew he wanted a career in artificial intelligence as far back as when he was a teenager.
Google’s campus security system subjected Black and Latinx workers to bias and prompted complaints to management, according to people familiar with the situation, leading the company to scrap a key part of the approach.
Bytedance Ltd said it’s evaluating changes to the corporate structure of its TikTok business as US concerns grow over the parent company’s Chinese origins.
China calls for joint development in AI to reduce risk of technology gap between rich and poor countries
China’s AI industry continues to grow, with core activities in the sector valued at US$7bil and the number of AI enterprises exceeding 2,600 at the end of 2019. The conference attracted executives from nearly 500 companies and institutions, including US firms Intel, Tesla, Microsoft and Nvidia, as well as scientists and scholars.
As TikTok competitors swoop in amid global pushback, is the short video app losing its ‘first mover advantage’?
In the week after India banned TikTok, negative sentiment against the app on social media rose to 80% on average from 55% a week before. Meanwhile, Indian alternatives are gaining traction and Western apps are also launching short video features.