Filed Under: “Artificial intelligence”

I used to think facial recognition in policing was no big deal — until I was wrongfully arrested because of it

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Facial recognition software isn’t reliable and often enables racism


Using facial recognition AI for policing is phrenology with computers

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Criminologists and sociologists long ago rejected the idea that criminality could be determined by head shape


New artificial intelligence software aids Covid-19 treatment, but company that made it won’t open code for review

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Artificial intelligence isn’t smart enough to understand the unexpected

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Most of today’s AI programs come to a grinding halt when they encounter unexpected conditions, like a change in the rules of a game


 

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