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EPFL aims to build trust in fintechs

On Nov 12, 2019
@FIT_fund shared
EPFL aims to build trust in fintechs https://t.co/2nNReenMLe via @FIT_fund #VDtech #fintech #DigitalTrustValley https://t.co/xJ6q2V97Zg
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A new research program will combine the specialist knowledge of the Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL with insights from the School’s data scientists and digital trust experts.

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On Nov 12, 2019
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EPFL aims to build trust in fintechs https://t.co/2nNReenMLe via @FIT_fund #VDtech #fintech #DigitalTrustValley https://t.co/xJ6q2V97Zg
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EPFL aims to build trust in fintechs

A new research program will combine the specialist knowledge of the Swiss Finance Institute @ EPFL with insights from the School’s data scientists and digital trust experts.


On Nov 3, 2019
@eugen12 shared
What Is Quantum Computing? The Complete WIRED Guide | WIRED - Interesting report #QuantumComputing https://t.co/8GGdriSWdi
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The WIRED Guide to Quantum Computing

Everything you ever wanted to know about qbits, superpositioning, and spooky action at a distance.

On Oct 31, 2019
@voxdotcom shared
Microsoft backed a company supplying artificial intelligence software to Israel that allows them to surveil Palestinians https://t.co/ndg39KmSJg
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An artificial intelligence company backed by Microsoft is helping Israel surveil Palestinians

Facial recognition and algorithm searches of social media are only part of it.

On Nov 8, 2019
@accessnow shared
Civil society warns of increased #surveillance and the risks to #privacy as India looks to roll out nationwide #facialrecognition system to catch criminals and find missing children. https://t.co/CsqnuCC8p6 https://t.co/lMuUFtqQrY
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Privacy concerns as India readies facial recognition system

Experts warn of privacy risks and mass surveillance as government prepares to roll out new camera technology.

On Nov 8, 2019
@WIRED shared
By promoting privacy and anonymity in communications, Signal cofounder Brian Acton faced criticism for affording services to criminals and other bad actors. But Acton says he prefers to make the service available without policing who can use it #WIRED25 https://t.co/104WuS877L
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WhatsApp Cofounder Brian Acton on Why Privacy Matters

The cofounder of the messaging service and the current chair of the Signal Foundation talks about the proliferation of end-to-end encryption in personal communications.

On Nov 6, 2019
@medialab shared
“When these systems fail, they fail most the people who are already marginalized, the people who are already vulnerable. And so when we think about algorithmic bias, we really have to be thinking about algorithmic harm.” @jovialjoy talks to @frontlinepbs. https://t.co/yFVJ4DcDM1
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Artificial Intelligence Can Be Biased. Here’s What You Should Know.

Artificial intelligence has already started to shape our lives in ubiquitous and occasionally invisible ways. A researcher in algorithmic bias talks to FRONTLINE about what she thinks the ...

On Nov 5, 2019
@SBH_USA shared
The Trust Protocol Association, a non-profit about the geopolitics of the #deeptech has just been created in #Geneva. Learn more 👇 https://t.co/OG80fgQ7mb
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The Trust protocol Association, an independent not-for-profit membership organization launched in Geneva, Switzerland

The Trust protocol Association, an independent not-for-profit membership organization launched in Geneva, Switzerland A new association created in Geneva Redefining the #Geopolitics of the ...

On Nov 12, 2019
@accessnow shared
[email protected] will participate to the second edition of the #ParisPeaceForum2019. Last year during the event, we joined the #ParisCall for Trust and Stability in Cyberspace. Here is why: https://t.co/D4VrdmlkBP
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Access Now to join the Paris Call for Trust and Stability in Cyberspace

We share the reasons we signed the Call and identify the parts we do not support and advocate changing. Protecting peace in the digital era must mean strengthening user protections against ...

On Nov 1, 2019
@DSMeu shared
10 EU countries to-date have signed the EU Declaration on building a #Quantum communication infrastructure: #EuroQCI . Together they will explore the possibilities of using Quantum technologies to secure our key infrastructure & communications 👉 https://t.co/V34JDJUmpX https://t.co/AaFrpeoqnj
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The future is quantum: EU countries plan ultra-secure communication network

7 Member States today agreed to work together to explore how to make available a quantum communication infrastructure in Europe, to boost European capabilities in quantum technologies, ...

On Nov 5, 2019
@accessnow shared
Following the #pegasusspyware snooping incident the the Indian government’s statement has not clarified whether any government agencies have dealt with #NSO group or used its spyware. https://t.co/jbctJArddx https://t.co/6VkwNb1JS6
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Need surveillance reform, privacy law: Cyber experts

India News: NEW DELHI: With spyware Pegasus raising privacy concerns globally, several cyber analysts and privacy experts have outlined the need for a surveillanc.

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On Nov 11, 2019
@accessnow shared
France is set to become the first EU country to introduce #facialrecognition software for government services in what some civil rights groups claim is a first step toward a surveillance state. https://t.co/XiJdyImEeo https://t.co/myP5vs4Spq
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France embraces facial recognition tech

Civil rights groups worry France is taking a step toward a surveillance state. It is about to become the first European Union country to introduce facial recognition software for government ...

On Nov 5, 2019
@accessnow shared
Internet freedoms are rapidly being lost. Repressive regimes are exploiting the unregulated spaces of social media platforms, using them as an instrument for political distortion and control. Find out more in @freedomhouse's #FreedomOnTheNet 2019 report. https://t.co/b3q7q4SrDF https://t.co/v1OwdN2bQy
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The Crisis of Social Media

What was once a liberating technology has become a conduit for surveillance and electoral manipulation.

On Nov 12, 2019
@WIRED shared
Opinion: "The dominant power in the emergent global economic system shouldn’t be China, any more than it should be Facebook. But if US policymakers and companies aren’t in the game, blockchain with Chinese characteristics will become more of the norm." https://t.co/Vf2uXa2I5L
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Opinion: China is Pushing Toward Global Blockchain Dominance

As US leaders dither, President Xi Jinping vies for the technological future of finance.

On Oct 31, 2019
@hightechfondue shared
RT @StephenOlsonHF: #Trade is now intertwined with #security and #geopolitics. I explore the issues here: https://t.co/qYXixpKEtz
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Trade Tensions rise on dual use technologies, trade protectionism and geopolitical risk

Written by: Stephen Olson, Hinrich Foundation Research Fellow There has never been a time when trade policy was conducted entirely separate from broader ge

On Nov 11, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @went1955: AI Is Too Important to Leave to Google and Facebook Alone. Let’s develop a public research consortium to take on useful projects that have no commercial prospects https://t.co/K292jML0TW
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Artificial Intelligence Is Too Important to Leave to Google and Facebook Alone

Let’s develop a public research consortium to take on useful projects that have no commercial prospects.

On Nov 4, 2019
@FintechCH shared
European #Fintech #Investment Surpassed Asia https://t.co/z0DFN32otT #fintech #payments #banking #wealthtech https://t.co/9KjfysJ9nN
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European Fintech Investment Surpassed Asia

the State of European Fintech 2019 report shows the current investment trends in europe.

On Oct 29, 2019
@Parlimag shared
Why the Middle East is fast becoming a hub of #ArtificialIntelligence #AI: https://t.co/tNzc2WRc0Z https://t.co/fVStqLpAA5
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Why the Middle East is fast becoming a hub of artificial intelligence

The recent announcement that the world’s first university dedicated to artificial intelligence (AI) will open its doors in Abu Dhabi in 2020 marks the latest move in the Middle East’s ...

On Nov 1, 2019
@UNDP shared
RT @UNDPArabStates: Climate Change, Peace and Security in the Arab States - new blog by @KishanKhoday calling for a new paradigm which posits climate action as a booster of resilience, a pillar of prevention and recovery, and a foundation for sustained peace and security. https://t.co/VDdsEEroIJ https://t.co/8oaUeZx4WV
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On Nov 1, 2019
@siliconrepublic shared
Police need legal code of practice to use facial recognition, ICO says https://t.co/2AvxlenFBc
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Police need legal code of practice to use facial recognition, watchdog says

The Information Commissioner's Office has released a report on the use of live facial recognition by the UK police force.

On Nov 11, 2019
@ScienceCareers shared
Postdoc in Squeezed Light based Quantum Cryptography-Copenhagen, Hovedstaden (DK)-Center for Macroscopic Quantum St https://t.co/UByiJGAPmP
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Postdoc in Squeezed Light based Quantum Cryptography

We are offering a research position for the implementation of continuous variable quantum cryptographic applications based on squeezed light. Conti...

On Oct 29, 2019
@accessnow shared
When it comes to #cybersecurity Australia teeters between a narrative of control, due to "national security", and an open internet, focused on the protection of individual users. https://t.co/gZeYlq7y58
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Cyber Security Strategy 2020: Civil society experts slam 'national security' agenda

All the big questions answered on Australia's encryption laws answered. The room needs to include people from industry, cybersecurity experts, and civil society representatives, not just ...