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Baidu becomes first Chinese firm to join US-led safe AI consortium

Internet search giant Baidu has become the first Chinese company to join a US-led consortium dedicated to the safe development of artificial intelligence. The Partnership...

JEDI: Google withdraws from Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud competition

Google has dropped out of a competition to secure a Pentagon contract dubbed the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud (JEDI), saying that the project...

SAP launches ethical A.I. guidelines, expert advisory panel

Enterprise software giant SAP has announced a set of ethical guiding principles for artificial intelligence (AI) development, along with the creation of an external...

The data self | The connected world and mobility: Ethical challenges

OPINION Simon Rogerson, professor emeritus in Computer Ethics at the Centre for Computing & Social Responsibility, De Montfort University, explains why 'the data self'...

UK government publishes NHS A.I. supplier code of conduct

Internet of Business says The UK government has announced a new code of conduct covering the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the NHS and...

A.I. writes itself a cheque as Phrasee eyes global marketing sector

UK artificial intelligence (AI) startup Phrasee has announced a $4 million funding round led by the Albion Capital Group. The investment will drive Phrasee’s ambitions for international expansion,...

Gartner: Democratised AI commonplace in decade, blockchain maturing

NEWSBYTE ‘Democratised AI’ will be one of the major trends to shape the future technology landscape, according to new report from analyst firm, Gartner. Gartner’s...

China: Google backtracks on censored search as employees rebel

China continues to be both a vast business opportunity and an ethical flashpoint for the technology industry. Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees on 16...

Q&A: SEED Project founder Mark Meadows on the risks behind conversational...

With increasing regularity, bots are helping us get things done by having conversations with us, understanding our needs, and triggering the appropriate actions. But...

160 AI companies sign pledge against lethal autonomous weapons

Over 160 AI companies and organisations from 36 nations have signed a pledge to “neither participate in, nor support, the development, manufacture, trade, or...

Special Report: UK AI policy – Why the government must modernise...

THE BIG READ In the first of two detailed reports on the UK government’s AI strategy, Chris Middleton looks at how Whitehall aims to...

War of words escalates between tech firms’ employees and government

The employees of Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Salesforce.com are increasingly at odds with their own bosses and with government policy, reports Chris Middleton. The war...
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