China Will Close Artificial Intelligence Gap by End of 2018, Lawmakers Warn

… the past few months on artificial intelligence technologies. Artificial intelligence technologies are expected to … assessing U.S. efforts in artificial intelligence, and included recommendations on policy … report said continued development of artificial intelligence depends on vast quantities of … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE…

Knowledgent Announces Artificial Intelligence Lab

… data intelligence firm, announced today the founding of the Knowledgent Artificial Intelligence Lab … founding of the Knowledgent Artificial Intelligence Lab. Knowledgent’s Artificial Intelligence Lab is a … as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Internet of Things. “The Knowledgent Artificial Intelligence Lab … VISIT…

FOSTA Case Update: Court Dismisses Lawsuit Without Ruling on Whether the Statute is Unconstitutional

A federal court considering a challenge to the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act of 2017, or FOSTA, dismissed the case on Monday. EFF and partner law firms filed a lawsuit in June against the Justice Department on behalf of two…

Remove the Drone Shoot-Down and Biometric Surveillance Sections From the FAA Act

Congress should not broadly authorize federal agencies to destroy and wiretap private drones, or give its implied endorsement to biometric screening of domestic travelers and U.S. citizens. Congress definitely should not sneak these invasive provisions into a last-minute, must-pass, thousand-page bill. Yet Congress is poised…

Tesco Bank facing £30m fine from FCA over 2016 cyber attack

… £30 million over its 2016 cyber attack that compromised the accounts of … its seven million customers.  The attack in November 2016 is one … it makes it easier for hackers to guess expiry dates and … for its response to the attack, with…

Surveillance, privacy, electronic surveillance, U.K., EU, face recognition, biometrics

9/25/18 Surveillance Enable IntenseDebate Comments:  Enable IntenseDebate Comments Combining multiple poor-quality CCTV images into a single, computer-enhanced composite could improve the accuracy of facial recognition systems used to identify criminal suspects, new research suggests. read more VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Surveillance, privacy, electronic surveillance, U.K., EU,…