Last week the political leaders of New Zealand, France, Canada, the UK and other countries from around the world joined together with leaders from international technology companies and civil society organisations to adopt the Christchurch Call, exactly two months on from the terrorist attack on Christchurch mosques on March 15th which resulted in 51 people losing their lives.
23 May 2019
04 April 2019
‘International Dimensions of Artificial Intelligence’ in Canberra brought together an array of experts to discuss how public policy, research and industry are approaching the opportunities and risks of AI in an international context. Session 1, ‘International AI Strategies: Perspectives from Europe & Australia’ included a panel discussion which explored different national approaches, policies and strategies … Continue reading "WATCH: International AI Strategies: Perspectives from Europe & Australia, Canberra Part 1"
15 March 2019
Creating your true digital twin is now possible and will provide a groundbreaking 3D future for the entertainment, gaming, tourism and telecommunication industries, says a global expert on computational photography and computer vision. Professor Jingyi Yu, of ShanghaiTech University and DGene, uses a combination of light field acquisition and reconstruction technology to generate an exact … Continue reading "Digital doppelgangers now a reality"
FaceMe’s Victor Yuen recently attended the AI, Labour and the Economy working group launch in New York for the Partnership on AI. Here he shares the event highlights.
25 June 2018
The numerous benefits from advances in AI based technologies depend entirely on the environment in which they evolve, says the Royal Society. According to a new report from the UK’s science academy, urgent consideration should be given to the ‘careful stewardship’ needed over the next decade to ensure that machine learning, benefit all in society.
09 July 2017