EU officials are considering wide-ranging regulation that would include heavy restrictions on a range of "high risk" AI applications; a leaked document also indicates that a facial recognition ban is being proposed.
For an industry, as highly exposed as the healthcare industry, Artificial Intelligence seems promising for data protection. How can it be used for securing sensitive data to ensure compliance to standards such as HIPAA?
Chinese government is using AI-Powered smart glasses inbuilt thermal imaging capability to screen residents for coronavirus as authorities ease the lockdown restrictions on Hubei province.
AI platform BlueDot detected clusters of an unusual respiratory illness in Wuhan before the Chinese Authorities knew of the coronavirus. Now more tech companies are utilizing big data and AI to combat the spread of the disease.
The Vatican has joined major technology companies in support of the development of AI ethics to ensure the technology works for the common good of the people.
On 19 February the European Commission presented three papers setting out no less than the digital future of the EU. So what are they exactly and why are they not laws?
AI scientists in China are using machine learning techniques to monitor the spread of coronavirus across the country by mining data on social media posts and other information sources to anticipate areas and populations that the virus might be spreading next.