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A.I. Now Report 2018

serfserf Member Posts: 9,225 ✭✭✭✭
edited January 2019 in Politics
Interesting article and most governments are using it on their citizens to instill law and order even as it grows exponentially and I suspect Interpol will be the first to sanitize this for The Coming NWO. https://www.interpol.int/en/News-and-media/News/2018/N2018-071/

serf

https://ainowinstitute.org/AI_Now_2018_Report.pdf

The role of AI in widespread surveillance has expanded
immensely in the U.S., China, and many other countries worldwide. Thisis seen in the growing use of sensor networks, social media tracking, * recognition, and affect recognition. These
expansions not only threaten individual privacy, but accelerate the automation of surveillance, and thus its reach and pervasiveness. This presents new dangers, and magnifies many longstanding concerns. The use of affect recognition, based on debunked pseudoscience, is also on the rise.
Affect recognition attempts to read inner emotions by a close analysis of the face and is connected to spurious claims about people?s mood,mental health, level of engagement, and guiltor innocence. This technology is already being used for discriminatory and unethical purposes,often without people?s knowledge. * recognition technology poses its own dangers,reinforcing skewed and potentially discriminatory practices, from criminal justice to education to
employment, and presents risks to human rights and civil liberties in multiple countries.

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