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Ethical Artificial Intelligence Becomes A Supreme Competitive Advantage

On Jul 11, 2019
@coe shared
RT @JKleijssen: Another reason why #tech companies are supporting ⁦@coe⁩ work on an international #legal framework to ensure that development and application of #AI is compatible with #HumanRights and #RuleofLaw ⁦@CoE_HRightsRLaw⁩ https://t.co/QPNZtvvbsq
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More than half of consumers participating in a recent survey say they would purchase more from a company whose AI interactions are deemed ethical.

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On Jul 11, 2019
@coe shared
RT @JKleijssen: Another reason why #tech companies are supporting ⁦@coe⁩ work on an international #legal framework to ensure that development and application of #AI is compatible with #HumanRights and #RuleofLaw ⁦@CoE_HRightsRLaw⁩ https://t.co/QPNZtvvbsq
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Ethical Artificial Intelligence Becomes A Supreme Competitive Advantage

More than half of consumers participating in a recent survey say they would purchase more from a company whose AI interactions are deemed ethical.


On Jul 15, 2019
@coe shared
RT @Dunja_Mijatovic: Sweden and UK's surveillance programs on trial at the European Court of Human Rights | ZDNet https://t.co/jbRbiT5AiB
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Sweden and UK's surveillance programs on trial at the European Court of Human Rights

Last chance for Europe's top human rights court to rule against dragnet surveillance programs.

On Jul 14, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @techreview: To understand why blockchain matters, look back at the dot-com bubble and the 14th century. https://t.co/CdT9cHPVkG
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In blockchain we trust

To understand why blockchain matters, look past the wild speculation at what is being built underneath, argue the authors of The Age of Cryptocurrency and its newly published follow-up, The ...

On Jul 19, 2019
@EP_Technology shared
RT @ViolaRoberto: I’m very happy that this week two #EU countries joined our important initiatives in #Quantum & #Supercomputing. Welcome to #Poland 🇵🇱 joining #EuroQCI Declaration https://t.co/GN51fVkhOA Welcome to #Cyprus 🇨🇾 joining #EuroHPC Joint Undertaking https://t.co/uJP6BTZayw https://t.co/zsmnCcJrst
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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 Jul 15, 2019
@FintechCH shared
Blockchain Got Talent? https://t.co/lJoc4Ci7NP #blockchain #VC #investment #study #fintech https://t.co/aBM26sJqrz
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Blockchain Got Talent?

Blockchain Got Talent. As of now, Blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies are no longer just a niche technological curiosity. Old-school corporations like IBM are among top Blockchain ...

On Jul 9, 2019
@BrusselsGeek shared
RT @jackeparrock: The Brief: Data privacy firmly in focus at the @EUCourtPress #ECJ. My report on the #Schrems2 case for @euronews with @maxschrems and @BrusselsGeek. https://t.co/6wPfiLqkVa
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The Brief: data privacy vs surveillance transatlantic clash

"The whole case is about NSA surveillance. If you share data with one of the big tech companies like Facebook or Google, they have to forward that informatio...

On Jul 15, 2019
@FintechCH shared
RT @FintechSIN: Facial Recognition Authentication: Is It Good Enough to Fight Financial Fraud? https://t.co/riTdnnO8iy @jumio #fintech #financialfraud #facialrecognition #bigdata #innovation #security https://t.co/XUJUoaDFiw
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Facial Recognition Authentication: Is It Good Enough to Fight Financial Fraud?

With mobile financial services on the rise, are facial recognition eKYC measures good enough to secure financial institutions against fraud and identity theft?

On Jul 23, 2019
@FintechCH shared
Partnership: @OneSpan and @Avaloq Helps Financial Institutions Prevent Fraud https://t.co/xGoZi7DJWZ #fraud #fintech #financialservices https://t.co/3o9uP9l66U
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Partnership: OneSpan and Avaloq Helps Financial Institutions Prevent Fraud

OneSpan announced that Avaloq has integrated OneSpan solutions into its cloud-based banking platform.

On Jul 13, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @nytopinion: "Biometric and digital identity technologies can seriously disrupt the lives of displaced people," writes @latonero https://t.co/MW08AiRDAw
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Stop Surveillance Humanitarianism

Requiring biometric data, like iris and facial scans, sets a dangerous precedent for vital aid.

On Jul 21, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @pacoperezbes: E Internet volvió a cambiarlo todo: https://t.co/cyH5waTYdB
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A Changing Internet: The Convergence Of Blockchain, Internet Of Things, And Artificial Intelligence

Would the emerging convergence of the current IoT infrastructure with blockchain and artificial intelligence bring much-needed security to the changing internet?

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On Jul 11, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @netizenrights: How U.S. tech giants are helping to build #China’s surveillance state https://t.co/s5FEkUzPkC by @rj_gallagher #MassSurveillance
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How U.S. Tech Giants Are Helping to Build China’s Surveillance State

A nonprofit led by Google and IBM executives is working with Semptian, whose technology is monitoring the internet activity of 200 million people in China.

On Jul 18, 2019
@accessnow shared
Should you be concerned about Russian data capture at the hands of the #faceappchallange? No more than "you should worry about everything" @ArwaM argues. #dataprotection https://t.co/IfjJdxGHyG https://t.co/vk7zznbtMu
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Is FaceApp an evil plot by 'the Russians' to steal your data? Not quite

Following the panic over this viral app, the moral of the story is: don’t worry too much about ‘the Russians’. You should worry about everything

On Jul 9, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @EthicalBAU: UK #data #ethics Chief @BuckleyOllie @CDEIUK warns of threat to public trust https://t.co/A0ZhrI4bMo @globegov @IEEESA @ERC_Research @alan_winfield @johnchavens @ShannonVallor @michaeljdepalma @DrOUlgen @SpiekSarah @SColesPorter @meerihaataja @StevenUmbro @chadloder @ruchowdh
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UK data ethics chief warns of threat to public trust

The head of the UK’s new technology ethics unit has warned that a loss of public trust could undermine work to develop and implement artificial intelligence (AI) systems. “Public trust in ...

On Jul 11, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @PrivacyProject: Facial recognition technology has been subjected to increasing scrutiny across the country, as civil rights activists and technologists sound the alarm over inaccuracies and concerns that it serves to entrench societal biases — @daveyalba for @BuzzFeedNews https://t.co/eO7xaUtGa7
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Privacy And Civil Rights Groups Ask The US Government To End Its Use Of Facial Recognition Tech On The Public

“There’s a reason your local police department doesn’t have access to missiles and carpet bombs. [Congress] should act now to ban this dangerous surveillance weapon.”

On Jul 18, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @evan_greer: In my first piece for @BuzzFeedNews, I explain why #facialrecognition surveillance enables the automation of authoritarianism and oppression, and why it's not too late to stop it. Please share! https://t.co/LvqlJ4lO0s #BanFacialRecognition
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Opinion: Don’t Regulate Facial Recognition. Ban It.

We are on the verge of a nightmare era of mass surveillance by the state and private companies. It's not too late to stop it.

On Jul 16, 2019
@accessnow shared
[email protected] discusses how online #surveillance is killing private conversations. https://t.co/Ggcz2C0anz https://t.co/4LeSDjQVrt
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How online surveillance is killing private conversations

The Kim Darroch leaks highlight how hard it is to keep any communication confidential. How can we regain our privacy?

On Jul 19, 2019
@EU4BE shared
RT @JKingEU: Following our Recommendation for a common European approach to the security of #5G networks, nearly all Member States have submitted their national risk assessments and we expect to receive the remaining 4 very shortly. Our statement: https://t.co/8AoImqvyIU @GabrielMariya
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Security of 5G networks: EU Member States complete national risk assessments

Following the Commission Recommendation for a common European approach to the security of 5G networks, 24 EU Member States have now completed the first step and submitted national risk ...

On Jul 13, 2019
@BrusselsGeek shared
RT @PrivacyMatters: And here is Nate Cardozo’s response on ghost proposals https://t.co/FJrOVatTTR
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Detecting Ghosts By Reverse Engineering: Who Ya Gonna Call?

GCHQ’s proposal to allow governments to eavesdrop on encrypted communications with a warrant is a backdoor by another name.

On Jul 15, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @privacyint: To present our demands to companies and governments to protect people and communities online, we launched two campaigns: 👉🏼When Social Media makes you a target https://t.co/R6j3QXN3M5 👉🏼Security should protect people, not exploit them https://t.co/MYmz09EvrI #SafeguardingDignity https://t.co/N8n4u7eD1M
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Security should protect people, not exploit them

Companies and governments build systems, devices, networks and services that generate and accumulate vast data stores without proper regard to risk, security, or data minimisation. Whether ...

On Jul 23, 2019
@IBMResearch shared
Artificial Intelligence For Good - Also Makes Business Sense via @Forbes #IBMResearch https://t.co/UjcIg6RxNz
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Artificial Intelligence For Good - Also Makes Business Sense

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to do a lot of good in the world. In this post we look at how AI has been used to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges and why doing ...

On Jul 20, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @EFF: EFF considers the following signs that a messenger is *not* delivering end-to-end encryption:  - client-side scanning - law enforcement “ghosts” - unencrypted backups https://t.co/jOHr9tiZ1g
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Don’t Let Encrypted Messaging Become a Hollow Promise

Why do we care about encryption? Why was it a big deal, at least in theory, when Mark Zuckerberg announced earlier this year that Facebook would move to end-to-end encryption on all three ...