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These clothes use outlandish designs to trick facial recognition software into thinking you’re not a human
Privacy-focused designers, academics, and activists have designed wearable accessories and clothes meant to thwart facial recognition tech.
The US blacklisted some of China’s most valuable AI startups over human rights issues in a dramatic trade war escalation
The US placed 28 Chinese companies on a trade blacklist on Monday, including three AI startups valued at over $1 billion.
Artificial intelligence is slated to disrupt 4.5 million jobs for African Americans, who have a 10% greater likelihood of automation-based job loss th...
A new McKinsey report finds black men will lose more jobs due to AI — but black women will fare better.
Inside the science behind Elon Musk’s crazy plan to put chips in people’s brains and create human-AI hybrids
Elon Musk has said he wants his neural tech company Neuralink to facilitate human "symbiosis with artificial intelligence."
Cybersecurity experts warn that these 7 emerging technologies could put your online security at risk
Advances in AI, computing, and wireless networks have made technology faster and more reliable, but they come with new cybersecurity threats.
A Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco study found that automation has played a major part in declining incomes.
Pope Francis warns Silicon Valley that if it isn’t careful with AI it could lead to an ‘unfortunate regression to a form of barbarism̵...
The Pope invited tech execs and academics to the Vatican to discuss the moral implications of AI at a recent conference.
Experts and industry leaders have raised red flags about the ways these technologies are being implemented, or their potential for harm.
Elon Musk tweeted on Wednesday that if 'advanced AI' hadn't already been used to manipulate social media, it would be soon.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai warns against ‘rushing’ into regulating AI, which happens to be vital to Google’s future growth
Google CEO Sundar Pichai argued that existing laws, rather than new ones, could be repurposed to regulate artificial intelligence sector by sector.