AI

AI could exaggerate economic divide – McKinsey

Research from the McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) has suggested artificial intelligence could create an additional $13 trillion for the global economy, but it might make the gap between the haves and have nots impossibly wide.

Big Brother starts to work in real-time

US Customs and Border Protection officers in Washington Dulles International Airport have intercepted an imposter posing as a French Citizen using Facial Comparison Biometrics technology.

PwC says AI is actually a good thing for jobs in the UK

Global accountancy firm PwC has defied logic and contextual awareness by declaring artificial intelligence will actually have a positive impact on the UK’s employment numbers, creating more jobs than it destroys.

Europe steps up focus on regulating AI

The European Commission has launched a new group to support the implementation of the European strategy on artificial intelligence, including contributions to policy development and socio-economic challenges.

Beware the AI snake oil salesman

Artificial intelligence has taken over as buzzword of the year so few should be surprised it is being thrown around like a ragdoll, but does selling AI actually mean anything?

Google makes itself responsible for the ethical use of AI

Google has reacted to negative press and employee outrage over the use of its artificial intelligence technology by setting a charter dictating code of conduct, holding itself accountable for the use of its technology.

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