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It's (still) not about trust: No one should buy AI if governments won't prosecute liability

On Sep 23, 2020
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RT @anjali28: “A government can ask me how to convince people to buy AI after that government has demonstrated that it can protect its citizens interests.” Well said @j2bryson https://t.co/em3XT0gybq
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On Sep 23, 2020
@j2bryson shared
RT @anjali28: “A government can ask me how to convince people to buy AI after that government has demonstrated that it can protect its citizens interests.” Well said @j2bryson https://t.co/em3XT0gybq
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It's (still) not about trust: No one should buy AI if governments won't prosecute liability

It's (still) not about trust: No one should buy AI if governments won't prosecute liability

artificial and natural intelligence, including politics, art, and higher education

New UN Report Warns of Misuse and Abuse of Technology in Digital Welfare State

New UN Report Warns of Misuse and Abuse of Technology in Digital Welfare State

New UN report warns that digital welfare technologies used by many governments could be used to “surveil, target, harass and punish” the poor and vulnerable instead.

Transforming Government for the 21st Century

Transforming Government for the 21st Century

Technological progress has led to radical change throughout the modern world, with organisations built on internet foundations raising citizens’ expectations of what all services should ...

Who governs the internet?

Who governs the internet?

I have this debate often: Why governments will fail to block the emergence of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin Can you have decentralised exchange without centralised control? Is the world ...

Canada’s New Federal Directive Makes Ethical AI a National Issue

Canada’s New Federal Directive Makes Ethical AI a National Issue

At the perfect intersection of technology and civil service, every government process will be an automated one, streamlining benefits, outcomes, and applications for every citizen within a ...

A landmark court ruling could transform how governments use A.I.

A landmark court ruling could transform how governments use A.I.

A court in the Netherlands has ended the use of a controversial system.

Zuckerberg phones Obama to complain about NSA spying

Zuckerberg phones Obama to complain about NSA spying

Zuckerberg phones Obama to complain about NSA spying

How Can Government Services Use Big Data? | ALC Training News

How Can Government Services Use Big Data? | ALC Training News

Information is now intangible gold, but do you know how to use it? To keep up with this knowledge-based economy, you need big data right skills.

China Further Limits Digital Privacy, Increasing Potential Cryptocurrency Use

China Further Limits Digital Privacy, Increasing Potential Cryptocurrency Use

The Chinese government has announced a new and even more invasive form of facial recognition, which may push citizens towards Bitcoin.

The Worry of Governance: Coronavirus and Emergency Politics

The Worry of Governance: Coronavirus and Emergency Politics

Graham Teskey explores potential governance challenges facing practitioners when the COVID-19 pandemic dissipates.

Hard(ware) questions about government hacking: what if the Bloomberg story is true?

Hard(ware) questions about government hacking: what if the Bloomberg story is true?

The Bloomberg reports underscore a frightening reality: we're not prepared for this kind of hardware attack. Governments and companies must work together to prevent them.

CIO Interview: Siim Sikkut, Estonian government CIO

CIO Interview: Siim Sikkut, Estonian government CIO

Siim Sikkut is one of a generation of tech native Estonians, who is turning his knowledge and experience to transforming government services.