When regulation presents a (rare) opportunity

Bradley Tusk

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Newly Unemployed, and Labeling Photos for Pennies

B.C. Kowalski, a writer at the neighbourhood weekly in Wausau, Wisconsin, was expecting a boost to his income this spring. He was set to begin selling ads for regional businesses on a podcast he’d launched on the two sides, Hive,…

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Chinese startup Rokid pitches COVID-19 detection glasses in US

Thermal imaging wearables used in China to identify COVID-1 9 manifestations could soon be implemented in the U.S. Hangzhou based AI startup Rokid is in talks with several companies to sell its T1 glasses in America, according to Rokid’s U.S….

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Amazon cancels re:MARS 2020 event amid COVID-19 outbreak

Amazon has canceled re: Defaces 2020, an annual AI event that focuses on machine learning, automation, robotics and infinite, over concerns about the COVID-1 9 pandemic. The contest was scheduled to be held June 16 to 19, 2020 in Las…

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Gmail Is Catching More Malicious Attachments With Deep Learning

Distributing malware by attaching defiled substantiates to emails is one of the oldest quirks in the book. It’s not just a theoretical risk–real attackers use malevolent documents to foul targets all the time. So on top of its anti-spam and…

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How Self-Driving Car Makers Measure Their Own Progress

It’s report card season for self-driving autoes. Wednesday, the California Department of Motor Vehicles Want the latest news on self-driving automobiles in your inbox? Sign up now! More fundamentally, disengagements are a poor way to measure progress. They’re not good…

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CrunchMatch simplifies networking @ TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020

With just about one month until go-time, TC Sessions: Robotics+ AI 2020( March 3 in Berkeley, Calif .) is going to be a true powerhouse happening. Prepare to spend the day engaging with the leading innovators, creators and investors bent…

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Study of YouTube comments finds evidence of radicalization effect

Research presented at the ACM FAT 2020 conference in Barcelona today supports the notion that YouTube’s platform is playing a role in radicalizing consumers via show to far-right ideologies. The study, was executed by investigates at Switzerland’s Ecole polytechnique federale…

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New tweet generator mocks venture capitalists

“Airbnb’s part financials are quite legendary — the S-1 is going to be MOST interrupted FASTEST in the next 3 Years? Caps for effect.” Who tweeted that? Initialized Capital’s Garry Tan? Homebrew’s Hunter Walk? Y Combinator co-founder Paul Graham? Or…

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It will soon be a crime in China to post deepfakes without disclosure

China has launched new online content regulations aimed at stopping the spread of” forge report” that requires videos established with neural networks( AI) to be properly labeled. Announced by the Cyberspace Administration of China( CAC) on Friday, relevant rules, set…

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