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  1. FILE PHOTO: A 3D printed Google logo is seen in this illustration taken

    Google says use existing EU laws, not new ones to govern AI

    Google has called on the European Union to use current EU laws to govern the use of artificial intelligence rather than draft new ones and ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: A Didi Chuxing driver on the job in Beijing, China

    China's Didi will begin using AI to run coronavirus monitoring in Latin America

    China ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing said on Wednesday that it will start using artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to verify if drivers in ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Massachusetts

    Companies bet on AI cameras to track social distancing, limit liability

    Stores and workplaces eager to avoid spreading the novel coronavirus are equipping existing security cameras with artificial intelligence software ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Pope Francis holds the weekly general audience at Vatican

    Vatican joins IBM, Microsoft to call for facial recognition regulation

    The Vatican joined forces with tech giants Microsoft and IBM on Friday to promote the ethical development of artificial intelligence (AI) and call ...
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    Are Intelligent Toys A Smart Idea?

    Artificial intelligence in toys - are they a treat or a threat? While smart toys can help children learn better and faster, they could also be a ...
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    Ep 11: Nikhil Malhotra, robot builder & researcher

    AI in toys? Can a child give permission for a toy to collect her personal data? What if a child asks a toy to hurt another child? In Conversation ...
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    Ep 6: How Scary Are Deepfakes?

    To replace a face with another on a video used to take hours. Thanks to artificial intelligence, it can now be done within minutes. What dangers ...
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    Alphabet CEO backs temporary ban on facial-recognition technology over misuse worry

    The chief executive of Google parent company Alphabet on Monday backed an EU proposal to temporarily ban facial-recognition technology because of ...