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On Jan 9, 2021
@EP_Technology shared
#Blockchain might be the key to ethical #ai It offers reliable, high quality & bias-free data, as well as more private & secure data transfer. AI data can be more transparent, traceable, and its applications more human-centric & protective of users. ➡️https://t.co/UnN6D7TMoV https://t.co/oKPvrhw5en
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What if blockchain could guarantee ethical AI?

What if blockchain could guarantee ethical AI?

Blockchain has the potential to promote compliance with traditional ethical principles, especially in the fields of healthcare, supply chain management and food safety.

On Jan 21, 2021
@PilatSTI shared
RT @Boring_AI: Interview with me re: my Disseration... which I defend tomorrow. https://t.co/WeSYCHJc2A
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Who oversees artificial intelligence systems?

Who oversees artificial intelligence systems?

After the Dutch Government fell over the child benefit scandal last week, the question of meaningful human control over AI systems is now more urgent than ever.

On Jan 9, 2021
@PilatSTI shared
RT @cccalum: Europe largely missed the internet as an opportunity for building scale businesses. It shouldn't do the same with AI. https://t.co/oRWakdF2Wf
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Artificial intelligence in Europe: do not miss the boat again

Artificial intelligence in Europe: do not miss the boat again

A recent survey of 3,000 managers finds that 57% of their companies are piloting or deploying artificial intelligence. Also, 59% claim to have an artificial intelligence (AI) strategy and ...

On Jan 12, 2021
@accessnow shared
Access Now, @edri, and 60 other organizations are calling on the @EU_Commission to ensure they establish clear #AIRedLines for applications of #ArtificialIntelligence that threaten human rights. https://t.co/WA5qx0aS1b
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Civil society calls for AI red lines in the European Union’s Artificial Intelligence proposal

Civil society calls for AI red lines in the European Union’s Artificial Intelligence proposal

European Digital Rights together with 61 civil society organisations have sent an open letter to the European Commission demanding redlines for the applications of AI that threaten ...

On Jan 22, 2021
@accessnow shared
“Cybersecurity-related laws should be developed through ongoing open, inclusive, and transparent consultations that involve civil society and all stakeholders, in order to build mutual trust" says @DimaSamaro with @kaiss_ramzi: https://t.co/g6AMh5I5oy
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Iraq's draft cybercrime law puts free speech in grave danger

Iraq's draft cybercrime law puts free speech in grave danger

Articles contained in the draft could be used to stifle criticism of politicians, government officials and other public figures

On Jan 11, 2021
@accessnow shared
The US has only 5% of the world’s population but 25% of the world’s known prisoners. That's partly due to the breadth of gov't monitoring & a US criminal justice system that reflects systemic racism. We need to expand encryption btw clients & attorneys: https://t.co/X245mwK9Jg
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Encryption is vital for attorney-client privilege in the digital era, and lawyers should fight for it

Encryption is vital for attorney-client privilege in the digital era, and lawyers should fight for it

Encryption is vital to attorney-client privilege, which keeps legal conversation private. Here's why we must protect it.

On Jan 12, 2021
@QUBFoodProf shared
New book out on ‘Food Fraud’ - A Look at Major Challenges and More #foodfraud https://t.co/UVsHCv6D4v
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‘Food Fraud’ Book Provides a Look at Major Challenges and More

‘Food Fraud’ Book Provides a Look at Major Challenges and More

We caught up with co-editor Steven A. Sklare to talk about the book, subtitled “A Global Threat with Public Health and Economic Consequences,” which was released in December.

On Jan 11, 2021
@QUBIGFS shared
RT @QUBFoodProf: If food fraud prevention isn’t already on your list of New Year’s resolutions, add it. Sage words (of course we @QUBIGFS detected sage fraud during 2020...) #foodfraud https://t.co/3sGrGXrpxF
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Food Fraud is Frequent, but Help Flourishes

Food Fraud is Frequent, but Help Flourishes

If food fraud prevention isn’t already on your list of New Year’s resolutions, add it.

On Jan 14, 2021
@TheAchesonGroup shared
For the #foodindustry, there's much to look forward to in #2021 for the #foodindustry and #foodsafety 🔮. #COVID19, the #foodsupply chain, #fooddefense, #plantbasedfood, #cannabis, and the FDA's New Era of Smarter Food Safety will be forefront. https://t.co/2xmtn0mJmG
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What Will 2021 Hold for the Food Industry?

What Will 2021 Hold for the Food Industry?

2021 holds many challenges for the food industry related to COVID-19, a refocusing on the food supply chain, increased need for food defense, new food trends leading to standards of ...

On Jan 18, 2021
@GFSRCentre shared
Check out our latest article from this month's eye on Food Safety by Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. He explains how COVID-19 is impacting consumers’ fears around food shortages and driving interest toward food nationalism. https://t.co/1vgYwJ6PdM
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Economic Nationalism and its Impact on Food Safety

Economic Nationalism and its Impact on Food Safety

COVID-19 has changed to the food industry. Industrial practices and the way companies manage inventories and the flow of goods are slowly changing.

On Jan 14, 2021
@FoodSafetyMag shared
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made two updates to its materials for stakeholders regarding the proposed rule, “Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods” (Food Traceability Proposed Rule). #foodsafety #FDA https://t.co/DYDdMf8FuK
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FDA Clarifies Food Traceability List

FDA Clarifies Food Traceability List

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made two updates to its materials for stakeholders regarding the proposed rule, “Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for ...

On Jan 13, 2021
@LGMAnews shared
[email protected]_FDA shares #FSMA Proposed Rule for Food Traceability https://t.co/Sb4MCKYNUO
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FSMA Proposed Rule for Food Traceability

FSMA Proposed Rule for Food Traceability

The FDA is proposing to establish additional traceability recordkeeping requirements (beyond what is already required in existing regulations) for persons who manufacture, process, pack, or ...