Developing AI is now assisting human law enforcement in a wide range of applications. It leads the way in applying AI to address criminal justice needs, such as identifying individuals and their actions in videos relating to criminal activity or public safety.
A shocking investigation conducted by The Wall Street Journal has revealed that cybercriminals successfully stole $243,000 USD by impersonating the voice of the chief executive of a UK based energy firm.
Is China’s latest AI initiative really backed by good intentions for the elderly population? Or could it be another step in its plan to extend its mass AI powered surveillance network? This article explores both scenarios as well as taking an overall look at China’s AI sector.
Artificial General Intelligence is an AI to rule them all. Capable of thinking like an actual human with the capacity to complete a limitless amount of tasks. Find out how OpenAI is finding its way to this dream.
The House Intelligence Committee spoke with experts on the potential threat that “deepfake” videos and other kinds of AI-generated synthetic data pose to the U.S. elections and the country’s security as a whole.
Deepfakes have always been an issue that may have seemed far removed from those who run social media compared to those who use social media such as politicians, but Mark Zuckerberg was reminded that deepfakes can affect everyone including those who own social media.
The basic concept behind capitalism is that more efficient companies always win at the end of the day and Amazon is riding off this wave to ensure they stay number 1 in the online shopping and delivery market
The rise of AI is powered by big data. Big data is gotten by big number of customers. Big number of customers is gotten by a good AI. A good AI is gotten by big data, and the circle of life continues. Don’t be evil.
Usually, you require a big data set to make a realistic deepfake, but the artificial intelligence research team at Samsung has changed this. They made it possible to make a deepfake using only one image.
As Artificial Intelligence becomes more accessible and more accurate, surveillance is becoming more and more of an option, however, there are easy ways to break computer vision and this so far has not been addressed by security companies…