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  • Facial recognition tech put his life at risk. Congress needs to act now.
    June 25, 2020

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  • You can now get a Botox treatment plan with help from AI
    June 24, 2020

    Using Botox to enhance your cheekbones or alter your appearance is all the rage, thanks to the Kardashians and Hadids of the world. One doctor is trying to bring Botox back to its wrinkle-fighting basics — with the help of artificial intelligence. Peachy is a new studio in New York City, opening Wednesday, that uses A.I. to chart a Botox-based treatment plan for wrinkle prevention.  Based on the unique muscle stress that smiling, frowning, concentrating, or expressing any emotion puts on your fa …

  • Add 'Artificial Intelligence Expert' to your résumé after this $35 training
    June 19, 2020

    TL;DR: Join the coding world with The Ultimate Artificial Intelligence Scientist Certification Bundle for $34.99, a 95% savings as of June 19. Coders hold great power in today's job market. But you know who also does? Artificial intelligence experts. Many of today's most exciting technologies have artificial intelligence to thank. Think personalized Netflix queues, self-driving cars, and this app that blurs out the faces of protestors. For those who want to break into this lucrative fi …

  • Automated fact-checking won't stop the social media infodemic
    June 12, 2020

    The coronavirus pandemic, protests over police killings and systemic racism, and a contentious election have created the perfect storm for misinformation on social media.  But don't expect AI to save us. Twitter’s recent decision to red-flag President Donald Trump's false claims about mail-in ballots has reinvigorated the debate on whether social media platforms should fact-check posts.  The president suggested Twitter was "interfering" in the 2020 election by adding a label …

  • Controversial startup to continue supplying police with facial-recognition tech
    June 11, 2020

    Not every tech company is following the lead of Amazon and IBM when it comes to facial-recognition technology. Clearview AI—a startup that’s amassed over 3 billion images of people that were posted on the internet—will continue providing its tool to law enforcement.  Clearview AI offers its system to hundreds of police departments, and it has no plans to stop. “While Amazon, Google, and IBM have decided to exit the marketplace, Clearview AI believes in the mission of responsibly used facial reco …

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