Here’s an introduction to the revolutionary implications of artificial intelligence for national security, and a summary of recent articles in the space.
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Recent improvements in face recognition show that disparities previously chalked up to bias are largely the result of a couple of technical issues.
The perils that flow from facial recognition can be mitigated through sensible limits without banning the technology and the risks of facial recognition are less bad than the options police have without its use.
Report Finds Widespread Use of Facial Recognition Technology by Federal Agencies Could Pose Privacy Risk
The report recommends that agencies track and assess the systems they use to mitigate the privacy and accuracy risks.
The European Commission has unveiled its Artificial Intelligence Act. What's in it?
Europe’s new AI proposal sets out a nuanced regulatory structure with several important innovations. But the initiative also appears to have some surprising gaps.
Spurred on by recent quantum computing milestones, a global “quantum race” is underway—but Canada is still without a strategy.
The incoming Biden administration should seek to build a U.S.-EU alliance that will hardwire democratic governance into everything digital.
This is my favorite story of the episode. David Kris covers a report from the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board on the enormous value that European governments get in fighting terrorism from the same American surveillance programs that European institutions have been fighting for twenty years to shut down. It’s a delightful takedown of European virtue-signaling, and I hope the Biden Administration gives the PCLOB a new name and mission in honor of the report.
The coalitions aim to focus on norm development, market supply and other issues around 5G telecommunications technology and artificial intelligence.