A facial recognition company has adapted its technology to detect compliance with Covid-19, giving it the ability to, among others, monitor social distancing and detect whether people are wearing a mask.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) have launched an investigation into facial recognition software company Clearview AI.
The Dubai Cyber Index has been launched as part of the state government’s push to make its local cyber space safer and more resilient.
In 2017 the UAE signalled its commitment to technological innovation when it appointed HE Omar Al Olama as the first minister for artificial intelligence of any country in the world.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, along with artificial intelligence firm Rainbird, have developed a tool to assess the risk of frontline workers being exposed to Covid-19.
Digital Concepts Engineering (DCE) has used its experience in the military, agricultural and nuclear industries to repurpose its tech with the aim of responding to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, and the result is self-driving hospital beds designed to safeguard medical staff, and social distancing sensors for unmanned vehicles.
Sphero spin-out Misty Robotics has announced an updated robot that leverages a thermal camera sensor to provide friendly temperature screening for offices.
GlobalData research has found the top artificial intelligence (AI) influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
Alex Rahin is the chief product & technology officer at Cervest, a startup that uses artificial intelligence to predict the risks and effects of climate volatility.
Artificial Intelligence is most effective in cybersecurity with “a human involved”, according to the CTO of internet security company ESET.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that are being deployed to help inform the general public about the coronavirus; provide diagnostic support and track the spread of the virus are inconsistent in quality, and in the worst cases are putting lives at risk, according to analysis by the World Economic Forum.
Facial recognition use by police may be experiencing a severe public backlash, but when combined with emotion detection, it presents an appealing advance for market research.
Amazon has announced a one-year ban on its facial recognition technology Rekognition, following criticism of its deployment by police forces.
IBM‘s decision to no longer offer general purpose facial recognition (FR) technology comes at a time when police activity is under increased scrutiny following the anti-racist protests across the US.
The UK government, World Economic Forum and other stakeholders have collaborated to develop a set of guidelines for the responsible and ethical deployment of AI.
Artificial intelligence (AI) that can detect if a person is wearing a face mask or similar protective face covering has been launched for deployment in public and private locations.
The protests that have sparked across the US and around the world following the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer have drawn sharp attention to the systematic racism embedded in Western society, and in particular, law enforcement.
International limits on autonomous weapon systems are necessary to “preserve human control”, according to two international non-profit organisations.
Autonomous warehouse robot maker OTTO Motors has raised $29m in a Series C funding round to help meet the growing demand from manufacturers for mobile robots.
Amazon’s facial recognition technology has wrongly matched 105 UK and US politicians with police mugshots, according to a study by Comparitech.
Italian professional football club Associazione Sportiva Roma has begun a partnership with cyber protection company Acronis to use artificial intelligence (AI) to support its work on and off the pitch.
Clive Cox is the CTO of Seldon, a UK firm that helps businesses deploy artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning models into production.
The mind of an experienced and dedicated cybercriminal works like that of an entrepreneur: the relentless pursuit of profit guides every move they make.
The majority of professionals expect the Covid-19 pandemic to accelerate the adoption of workplace and industry automation.
GlobalData research has found the top big data influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
The Covid-19 pandemic is driving robot use into the mainstream of everyday life, as machines take over many tasks that are deemed too dangerous for humans.
GlobalData research has found the top artificial intelligence influencers based on their performance and engagement online.
Verdict lists the top five terms tweeted on IoT in Q1 2020, based on data from GlobalData’s Influencer Platform.
A freedom of information (FOI) request has found that UK police forces are largely adopting artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, in particular facial recognition and predictive policing, without any public consultation despite previous assurances that this would take place.
Tech giant IBM has launched new AI and 5G-centric edge computing products at its first virtual Think Digital conference, as new CEO Arvind Krishna sets out “digital transformation” that could come out of the Covid-19 pandemic.