China’s once-freewheeling internet faces new rules protecting personal data, as the world’s largest online population awakens to privacy concerns
Starting this summer, you’ll need to provide a video of your face to access the agency’s website. It’s a major expansion of the use of facial recognition software by the government.
Researchers found the platform’s algorithms promoted roles to certain users; company pledges to continue work in removing bias from recommendations
Contract drivers say algorithms terminate them by email—even when they have done nothing wrong.
Hackers are pioneering new ways of tricking facial-recognition systems, from cutting the eyes out of photos to making a portrait ‘nod’ with artificial intelligence
When Google forced out two well-known artificial intelligence experts, a long-simmering research controversy burst into the open.
A United Nations report suggested that a drone, used against militia fighters in Libya’s civil war, may have selected a target autonomously.