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They’re fighting back against the growing use of high-tech monitoring by taking increasingly fringe counter-measures
Technology is transforming societies around the world, but governments and the companies behind that technology have struggled with ethics and morality, from self-regulation to surveillance to AI bias. How can we understand these complex problems — and begin to find better answers?
Some tech groups are stepping back from becoming too ‘interconnected’, while others are stepping in
The global market is growing, but technical bias against women and people of colour is cause for concern
Artificial intelligence has been honed by new techniques of machine learning to maximum effect
Discourse tends to be western-centric — that is a problem for the rest of the world, say academics
The social media platform’s self-policing model is an attempt to stave off regulators, say critics
Platforms must apply the principles of procedural fairness and natural justice in a standardised and universal way
The CEO of ‘artificial emotional intelligence’ start-up Affectiva says the pandemic changed attitudes to machine learning
Building public trust in artificial intelligence systems is essential
Using new technology without weighing social impact could cost companies dearly
Machines may be complex but they cannot make qualitative or moral judgments
The first international accord on AI development comes as countries grapple with the future of governance of the technology
Companies criticised for overruling and even dissolving ethics boards
The transfer of the UK health unit to California raises privacy concerns