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Xu Li has pulled off an IPO despite accusations facial recognition company enables human rights abuses
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As AI’s impact grows, new research reveals why the input of people all over the world is essential
Robotics and data analytics can make processes more efficient, less energy-intensive, and less expensive
Proposed institute would highlight areas of law that have failed to accommodate tech innovation
Hopes early warning system will give policymakers and vaccine producers more time to address health risks
Despite the benefits from digitisation, hungry companies have taken on risky customers too cheaply
Shifts in working life have slowed since 1980s despite AI and gig economy, study shows
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Samsung and Harvard researchers seek to replicate the mind’s complex network of neurons and synapses
Programmers hope computers will eventually write fiction and play music as skilfully as humans. But what might be lost?
Nightingale Open Science data show what actually happened to patients rather than relying on doctor’s notes
Networked drones predicted to unleash host of new applications
Synthetic data company AI. Reverie will work within group’s Reality Labs division
Political conditions raise questions over how far US groups and overseas funds will join effort
Why computers won’t be replacing comedians any time soon
SenseTime postpones IPO, gig economy algo problems, Panasonic’s Sound Slayers
Chinese artificial intelligence company accused of enabling human rights abuses in Xinjiang
Frustrated workers say there is little redress after computers make decisions
UK spy chief says it is time to develop global standards fit for the digital world
International investors may be reluctant to associate with a start-up embroiled in geopolitical controversy
Demand rises for data tools to boost efficiency and keep up with privacy rules