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As cases of violence against women and girls have surged in South Asia in recent years, authorities have introduced harsher penalties and expanded surveillance networks, including facial recognition systems, to prevent such crimes.
BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Protesters in Myanmar fear they are being tracked with Chinese facial recognition technology, as spiralling violence and street surveillance spark fears of a "digital dictatorship" to replace ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
In 2019 AI became a political, human rights and trade issue. Where does this leave China’s AI superstars?
Some of China’s most prominent AI start-ups were put on a US trade blacklist this year, as the industry faces greater scrutiny from the world’s largest economy.
Mobile technology had the biggest benefit of all technology on aid operations in 2019, according to an exclusive poll by the Thomson Reuters Foundation on Dec 18, with drones and satellites also helping to speed up help to people in need.
In China, Big Brother is big business. As the ruling Communist Party steps up efforts to keep tabs on the world’s largest population, it’s turning to the nation’s most innovative companies for help.
In the sparsely settled wildlands of eastern Oregon, Huawei Technologies Co is hardly the big bad wolf of China that US officials have depicted. It’s a lifeline to the 21st Century.
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