Apple gets around to AR, the NHL enters esports, the Internet of Things may bring new meaning to "workers unite," so many medical records, and more ...
- The road of AI learning has plenty of potholes in the form of existing biases. (Cade Metz, The New York Times)
- Twitter announces it will be developing a policy on deepfakes. (Makena Kelly, The Verge)
- The computational power needed for training AI is increasing with each new breakthrough. (Karen Hao, MIT Technology Review)
- Google has the medical records of 50 million people. (Jon Brodkin, ars technica)
- India plays down privacy concerns as it continues onward with its facial recognition program. (Ravie Lakshmanan, TNW)
- Apple plans to enter the AR arena ... in a few years. (Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics)
- The Internet of Things may connect the workforce on an individual-by-individual level. (Simon Chandler, Forbes)
- The NHL's Washington Capitals skate into the esports arena, creating Caps Gaming and signing John "JohnWayne" Casagranda. (Scott Allen, Washington Post)
- In China, a professor has sued a wildlife park for enforcing facial recognition. (Kerry Allen, BBC News)
- Scientists develop microrobots that can perform different actions. (ScienceDaily)
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