The evolution of AI and deep learning have allowed researchers to unveil computer vision and AI techniques giving AI the chance to predict what someone is about to do next, based on their body language, through screening thousands of raw videos.
The rise of AI is powered by big data. Big data is gotten by big number of customers. Big number of customers is gotten by a good AI. A good AI is gotten by big data, and the circle of life continues. Don’t be evil.
The rise of dangerous military AI is ever growing and a government-appointed panel in the United States has said in a draft report to Congress that it is America’s “moral imperative” to keep pursuing the development of AI-powered weaponry. This article will explore both the technological and ethical arguments to this dilemma. Intrigued? Read on to find out….
With the global pandemic pressuring organisations to adopt AI in their day-to-day affairs, the liabilities of AI are increasing. What should companies be aware of and what can they do to mitigate these risks?
As the world of AI develops, so does the technology’s capabilities for crime. Able to fake convincing video and audio content of anyone you choose, how do AI-enabled Deepfakes pose a threat to modern society?
The U.K. and Australian information commissioners have announced a joint probe into the controversial “data scraping” practices of facial recognition company Clearview Al. This system scrapes social media sites like Facebook and Twitter for images of people’s faces.
The AI takeover. A hypothetical scenario where the machines become sentient and begin their reign over the human race. This has been a scenario coined by many major blockbuster films such as The Matrix, Terminator, Resident Evil, and many more. Although many brood about this occurrence, how possible is it truly?
If you’re ever struggling to find Wally (Waldo in the US), there’s AI for that too! Creative design agency Redpepper have created an AI-powered robot that can find Wally in 4.45 seconds. If you’ve been driven to insanity by the infamous Wally, this article’s for you….
We are living in an age where we have access to almost anything online. There is simply no restriction for one to buy clothes, invest in stocks, or like a friend's picture. Yet with such freedom, there will always be a cost, that one person or the other is willing to exploit.
Whilst storing sensitive legal documents may seem like a good idea on the Cloud, due to its lower costs associated with storage and flexibility, a question arises - who is able to access these legal documents once they are uploaded. Is your data safe?
The rapid development of technology has brought with it changes in social interaction, workplace productivity and even the legal landscape. Facial recognition software is the new hot topic. Like all new emerging technology, it brings serious ramifications, especially if misused.
Developing AI is now assisting human law enforcement in a wide range of applications. It leads the way in applying AI to address criminal justice needs, such as identifying individuals and their actions in videos relating to criminal activity or public safety.
The expansion of AI into the military sector has been established for some time but AI is only starting to branch out into these more niche areas of the military which could revolutionise the future of the military.
Is China’s latest AI initiative really backed by good intentions for the elderly population? Or could it be another step in its plan to extend its mass AI powered surveillance network? This article explores both scenarios as well as taking an overall look at China’s AI sector.