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Amazon est critiqué pour la commercialisation de son outil de reconnaissance faciale aux autorités américaines.

Des actionnaires font pression sur Amazon pour mettre fin à un contrat avec la police américaine

Le géant du e-commerce est critiqué pour la commercialisation de son outil de reconnaissance faciale aux autorités américaines.

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To win in the business of cloud computing, the company tiptoes into the business of war. Some staff fear it’s a first step toward autonomous killing machines.

Inside Google, a Debate Rages: Should It Sell Artificial Intelligence to the Military?

To win in the business of cloud computing, the company tiptoes into the business of war. Some staff fear it’s a first step toward autonomous killing machines.

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens

The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents

The e-commerce giant has won two patents for a tracking technology that can nudge a human hand in the right direction — toward a warehouse bin, say.

The e-commerce giant has won two patents for a tracking technology that can nudge a human hand in the right direction — toward a warehouse bin, say.

Privacy concerns in smart cities

Privacy concerns in smart cities

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Facebook pays teens to install vpn watching them

Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them – TechCrunch

Desperate for data on its competitors, Facebook has been secretly paying people to install a “Facebook Research” VPN that lets the company suck in all of a user’s phone and web activity, similar to Facebook’s Onavo Protect app that Apple banned in June and that was removed in August. Facebook sidesteps the App Store and […]

Walgreens is exploring new tech that turns your purchases, your movements, even your gaze, into data.

Now Your Groceries See You, Too

Walgreens is exploring new tech that turns your purchases, your movements, even your gaze, into data.

Facial recognition system in public places in Australia

Facial image matching system risks 'chilling effect' on freedoms, rights groups say

System dubbed ‘the capability’ processes Australians’ information whether they are crime suspects or not

Who needs democracy when you have data? Here’s how China rules using data, AI, and internet surveillance.

Who needs democracy when you have data?

In 1955, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov published a short story about an experiment in “electronic democracy,” in which a single citizen, selected to represent an entire population, responded to questions generated by a computer named Multivac. The machine took this data and calculated the results of an election that therefore never needed to happen.…

Cars in China will all be tracked with a GPS chip, starting in 2019

A Chip in the Windshield: China’s Surveillance State Will Soon Track Cars

China is establishing a nationwide program to track cars using an electronic identification system, according to records and people briefed on the matter, adding to a growing array of its surveillance tools used to monitor its citizens.

Amazon est critiqué pour la commercialisation de son outil de reconnaissance faciale aux autorités américaines.

Des actionnaires font pression sur Amazon pour mettre fin à un contrat avec la police américaine

Le géant du e-commerce est critiqué pour la commercialisation de son outil de reconnaissance faciale aux autorités américaines.

The apparatus that powers targeted ads can be problematic, but ads also have real benefits. Where's the line between useful and creepy?

How did adverts get so good at following us around?

The apparatus that powers targeted ads can be problematic, but ads also have real benefits. Where's the line between useful and creepy?

US government to use facial recognition technology at Mexico border crossing

US government to use facial recognition technology at Mexico border crossing

New camera system would record people inside vehicles as they enter and leave US, raising civil liberties concerns

To win in the business of cloud computing, the company tiptoes into the business of war. Some staff fear it’s a first step toward autonomous killing machines.

Inside Google, a Debate Rages: Should It Sell Artificial Intelligence to the Military?

To win in the business of cloud computing, the company tiptoes into the business of war. Some staff fear it’s a first step toward autonomous killing machines.

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens

Big data meets Big Brother as China moves to rate its citizens

The Chinese government plans to launch its Social Credit System in 2020. The aim? To judge the trustworthiness – or otherwise – of its 1.3 billion residents

The e-commerce giant has won two patents for a tracking technology that can nudge a human hand in the right direction — toward a warehouse bin, say.

The e-commerce giant has won two patents for a tracking technology that can nudge a human hand in the right direction — toward a warehouse bin, say.

Privacy concerns in smart cities

Privacy concerns in smart cities

China will ban people with poor ‘social credit’ from planes and trains | The Verge

China will ban people with poor ‘social credit’ from planes and trains

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by Blaise Agüera y Arcas, Alexander Todorov and Margaret Mitchell

Do algorithms reveal sexual orientation or just expose our stereotypes?

A study claiming that artificial intelligence can infer sexual orientation from facial images caused a media uproar in the Fall of 2017. The Economist featured this work on the cover of their…

a machine learning system that can identify ~69% of protesters who are wearing caps AND scarfs to cover their face

a machine learning system that can identify ~69% of protesters who are wearing caps AND scarfs to cover their face

Rebecca Porter and I were strangers, as far as I knew. Facebook, however, thought we might be connected. Her name popped up this summer on my list of “People You May Know,” the social network’s roster of potential new online friends for me.

Facebook Figured Out My Family Secrets, And It Won't Tell Me How

Rebecca Porter and I were strangers, as far as I knew. Facebook, however, thought we might be connected. Her name popped up this summer on my list of “People You May Know,” the social network’s roster of potential new online friends for me.

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