We agree with Asheesh Mehra of The Next Web that regulating the application of AI, not the technology itself, will keep the use of AI fair and ethical while still fostering innovation with AI. What is your opinion on this approach? Learn more:
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Have you heard that the BBC has launched a Tor-based version of its news website, to help circumvent state efforts to censor the free flow of information worldwide? This announcement highlights the benefits of the dark web to many users around the world. Learn more:
Here are a few strategies to make the most of participating in the month-long celebration of open source software. Learn how you can get involved:
More than 350 ethical hackers got together in cities across Australia on Friday for a hackathon in which they worked to “cyber trace a missing face”, in the first-ever capture the flag eventdevoted to finding missing persons.Learn more about this hackathon:
A team from MIT-IBM has developed a faster way to train video recognition AI, which could make it easier to run machine learning on mobile devices.
Alibaba unveils Hanguang 800, an AI inference chip it says significantly increases the speed of machine learning tasks
Alibaba Groupintroduced its first AI inference chip today, a neural processing unit called Hanguang 800 that it says makes performing machine learning tasks dramatically faster and more energy-efficient. Learn more in an interesting TechCrunch article:
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is supposed to help individuals keep their information private, but as it turns out, it could also potentially serve to help attackers as well.