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From robots delivering coffee to office chairs rearranging themselves after a meeting, a smart city project in China aims to put artificial intelligence in charge
Timnit Gebru, a co-leader of the Ethical Artificial Intelligence team at Google, said she was fired for sending an email that management deemed “inconsistent with the expectations of a Google manager”, according to a series of Twitter posts late Wednesday night.
The monitoring of compliance with the standard operating procedures (SOP) under the conditional movement control order (CMCO) in Sabah is done not only in the sea and on land but also from the air, by the Sabah Police Air Wing drone unit.
Social media and smartphones briefly gave youthful Arab Spring protesters a technological edge that helped topple ageing dictatorships a decade ago as their revolutionary spirit went viral.
The US and China are jostling to dominate advanced technologies, from 5G to quantum computing and AI. China filed more than 110,000 artificial intelligence patent applications last year.
Unions representing tens of thousands of Amazon.com Inc employees are planning walkouts and other action as the year’s busiest shopping season begins this week, in protest at the e-commerce giant’s handling of everything from sick pay and Covid-19 precautions to user privacy.
Countries must do more to combat racial profiling, UN rights experts said on Nov 26, warning that artificial intelligence programmes like facial recognition and predictive policing risked reinforcing the harmful practice.
Surveillance in China: artist who hides from security cameras in Beijing wants to highlight invasions of privacy
For his latest project, artist Deng Yufeng led a group down a Beijing street with the aim of not getting seen on any of its 90-odd surveillance cameras. China is home to 18 of the world’s 20 most monitored cities and over half the surveillance cameras in use globally, according to a study by one tech website.
A mobile fingerprinting app US immigration agents use to run remote ID checks in the field has become a core tool in President Donald Trump’s deportation crackdown, a pair of immigration rights groups say in a new report based on a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
Wildlife park’s change from a fingerprint-based entry system to facial recognition without user consent was not legitimate, court found. Concern about the need to regulate the massive application of surveillance technology is growing among Chinese citizens.