The not-a-car sits on the gleaming black stage surrounded by a halo of light. It’s orange and black and white, and roughly the same size as a crossover SUV, but somehow looks much larger from the outside.
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Imagine your smartphone knew everything about the city – but the city didn’t know anything about you. Wouldn’t that be ‘smarter’ than our current surveillance dystopia? Guardian Cities is concluding with
There are just as many use cases for AI as there are companies. For healthcare organizations, AI is playing a role in monitoring equipment, while retailers see AI as a way to better understand customers.
Kaylen Ward's Twitter fundraiser for the Australian bushfire relief has ended. The Los Angeles-based model said she raised $1 million (by comparison Jeff Bezos donated $690,000). At the start of Ms. Ward's
Once upon a time, in the notorious start-up cradle, small was beautiful. For decades, whole regions, nations even, have tried to model themselves on a particular ideal of innovation, the lifeblood of modern
TikTok gained 682 million new users last year, each of whom spend an average of 50 minutes a day in the app. That’s mind-blowing, hockey-stick, off-the-charts growth that we haven’t seen since Pokemon
The EU could temporarily ban the use of facial recognition technology in public places such as train stations, sport stadiums and shopping centres over fears about creeping surveillance of European citizens.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany Kaiser has released new documents today that illuminate the initial jockeying between the company and Facebook as they discussed the need for Cambridge Analytica
The European Commission is considering a temporary ban on the use of facial recognition technology, according to a draft proposal for regulating artificial intelligence obtained by Euroactiv. Creating