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Facial Recognition Software Facing Challenges And Seeing Some Success

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Facial recognition systems are seeing pushback. The city of San Francisco has banned the user of face recognition...

White House Releases Update to National Artificial Intelligence R&D Strategic Plan

By AI Trends Staff The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on June 21 released the National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic...

What Does an AI Ethicist Do? A Chat with Microsoft’s Tim O’Brien

By Thomas H. Davenport, Professor of IT and Management at Babson College Microsoft was one of the earliest companies to begin discussing and advocating for an...

OpenAI: Choosing Between Global Development of AI, and Fear of Losing Control Over Dangerous...

By Konrad Budek and Arkadiusz Nowaczynski of deepsense.ai Earlier this year, deepsense.ai highlighted AI morality and transparency as one of 2019’s dominant AI trends. Incidents...

Dr. David Bray to Deliver AI World Society Lecture at UN Charter Day, June...

Dr. David Bray will deliver the keynote address on “Artificial Intelligence, the Internet and the Future of Data: Where Will We Be in 2045?”...

OECD Releases Guidelines for Development of Trustworthy AI, Joining the Pack

Australia is among 42 countries that in late May signed up to a new set of policy guidelines for the development of artificial intelligence...

IDC: Legislation to Ban Use of Facial Recognition Could Restrict Public Sector Innovation

By Jeff Orr, AI World Conference Content Director The City of San Francisco recently passed legislation banning the use of facial recognition by city agencies...

The Rules Governing AI Are Being Shaped by Tech Firms – Here’s How

IN EARLY APRIL, the European Commission published guidelines intended to keep any artificial intelligence technology used on the EU’s 500 million citizens trustworthy. The bloc’s commissioner for...

S.F. Passes Facial-Recognition Ban; Capitalizing on AI’s Opportunities

San Francisco passes facial-recognition surveillance ban. San Francisco on May 14 became the first U.S. city to pass a ban on the use of facial...

Preparing Students for the Rise of Artificial Intelligence In the Workforce

By Dr. Greg Naterer, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland The future impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on society and...






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