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Facebook, Google and others adopt guidelines intended to fight child abuse

By abuse, Australia, Canada, child exploitation, child safety, department of justice, DoJ, engadget, gear, grooming, guidelines, Homeland Security, Internet, New Zealand, online, politics, principles, Security, sexual abuse, UK, voluntary

Today, the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Homeland Security — along with government counterparts in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom — published guidelines to help the tech industry fight online child exploitation. The …

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IBM and Microsoft support the Vatican’s guidelines for ethical AI

By AI, brad-smith, Business, call for ai ethics, engadget, ethics, facial recognition, gear, guidelines, ibm, john kelly, Microsoft, pledge, pontificial academy, robots, rome, tomorrow, vatican

IBM and Microsoft have signed the Vatican’s “Rome Call for AI Ethics,” a pledge to develop artificial intelligence in a way that protects all people and the planet, Financial Times reports. Microsoft President Brad Smith and John Kelly, IBM’s executi…

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Tim Cook defends Apple’s decision to remove Hong Kong protest app

By app, apple, Business, China, decision, engadget, gear, guidelines, hkmap, Hong Kong, Internet, letter, Mobile, personal harm, police, politics, protest, protests, removed, Tim Cook

Less than a day after Apple sparked controversy by removing a Hong Kong protest app, CEO Tim Cook has defended the decision. Apple removed the HKmap.live app after China Daily — owned by the Communist Party of China — criticized the company …

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Senators urge FAA to complete remote drone identification rules

By drone, Drones, edward markey, elaine chao, engadget, faa, federal aviation administration, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, guidelines, identification, john thune, law enforcement, politics, regulations, remote identification, robots, safety, Security, senator, Transportation

There’s no question that drone sightings can be disruptive. In December, a drone spotted at Gatwick Airport in London led to the grounding and diversion of hundreds of flights, and similar disruptions have happened at Dubai International Airport and…

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ACLU urges devs to safeguard users with anti-snooping measures

By aclu, apple, data, datarequest, engadget, gear, google, government, guidance, guidelines, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, politics, privacy, Security, Software, softwaredevelopment, updates

Apple recently announced that it was closing the loophole that allows authorities into iPhones via the charging and data port. The company said it wasn’t trying to defy police, but rather deter criminals and spies who aren’t bound by privacy laws. Ho…

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ACLU urges devs to safeguard users with anti-snooping measures

By aclu, apple, data, datarequest, engadget, gear, google, government, guidance, guidelines, Mobile, personal computing, personalcomputing, politics, privacy, Security, Software, softwaredevelopment, updates

Apple recently announced that it was closing the loophole that allows authorities into iPhones via the charging and data port. The company said it wasn’t trying to defy police, but rather deter criminals and spies who aren’t bound by privacy laws. Ho…

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US DOT outlines safe transition to self-driving cars

By automated, automatedcar, autonomous, departmentoftransportation, dot, engadget, federal, gear, guidelines, nationalhighwaytrafficsafetyadministration, self-driving, Transportation, US

US legislation for self-driving cars first made its way to the House of Representatives this past July. The bipartisan SELF DRIVE Act passed the House vote on September the 6th, and will now need to go through the Senate. Odds are that we’ll see auto…

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AI can predict heart attacks more accurately than doctors

By AI, american college of cardiology, american heart association, americancollegeofcardiology, americanheartassociation, artificialintelligence, cardiovascular, engadget, guidelines, health, heart attack, medicine, modelling, predictive, science, united kingdom, university of nottingham

An estimated 20 million people die each year due to cardiovascular disease. Luckily, a team of researchers from the University of Nottingham in the UK have developed a machine-learning algorithm that can predict your likelihood of having a hea…

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