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‘Gaydar’ Shows How Creepy Algorithms Can Get

Artificial intelligence keeps getting creepier. In one controversial study, researchers at Stanford University have demonstrated that facial recognition technology can identify gay people with surprising precision, although many caveats apply. Imagine how that could be used in the many countries where homosexuality is a criminal offense.

Source: ‘Gaydar’ Shows How Creepy Algorithms Can Get – Bloomberg

AI can make justice truly blind — but not just yet

“Justice is blind.” It’s a wonderful concept that represents an even-handed legal system that is impartial and objective in equal measure. But there’s no denying the fact that the justice system is deeply flawed. So, could Artificial Intelligence provide the answer? Yes, in the end, but not yet.

Source: AI can make justice truly blind — but not just yet

Focus on Google DeepMind under the GDPR’s Lens

The Information Commissioner’s Officer (ICO) ruled, on 3 July 2017, that the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust (the Trust) had failed to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) when it provided 1.6 million patient details to Google DeepMind as part of a trial diagnosis and detection system for acute kidney injury, and required the Trust to sign an undertaking.

Source: Focus on Google DeepMind under the GDPR’s Lens

The evolving laws and rules around privacy, data security, and robots

Every day we use countless digital devices and web services to shop, track our fitness, chat with friends, play games, check-in at stores and restaurants, you name it. While these activities are becoming increasingly essential in our digital society, they also can put our personal information at risk, says professor Woodrow Hartzog, whose research focuses on privacy, data protection, robotics, and automated technologies.

Source: The evolving laws and rules around privacy, data security, and robots – News @ Northeastern

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