Clearview AI provided police with 30 billion scraped images from Facebook, raising concerns over privacy and the potential misuse of facial recognition technology.
A victim of a phone hack shares their story of how their credit card was stolen, highlighting the vulnerability of personal information and the chain of events that happen when someone’s identity is stolen.
Our discussion about an open letter calling for the regulation of AI development due to potential dangers and misuse has become a source of controversy within the tech community. We also discuss an extreme proposal of using the threat of nuclear war to prevent the rise of artificial intelligence.
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Clearview AI scraped 30 billion images from Facebook and gave them to cops: it puts everyone into a ‘perpetual police line-up’
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The Open Letter to Stop ‘Dangerous’ AI Race Is a Huge Mess
AI Theorist Says Nuclear War Preferable to Developing Advanced AI
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