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It is the first time that a military officer has filled the position, and the appointment comes 3 weeks after Gotabaya Rajapaksa was elected president promising better security
Online, Chinese social media users react with a mix of support and worry over the December 1 facial verification notice, with some voicing concerns their biometric data could be leaked or sold
'The problem of drugs is not unique to us. We won’t be able to solve this on our own. We really need to work with other countries, especially those near us,' the Vice President says
The 3 Taliban prisoners include Anas Haqqani, who was seized in 2014 and whose older brother is the deputy Taliban leader and head of the Haqqani network, a notorious Taliban affiliate
These 3 projects make use of AI to speed up processes or efficiently monitor data in various fields
'We know that the Chinese government is already developing machine learning algorithms for foreign policy'
Human brains are the product of blind and unguided evolution
'We are the first generation of people who have the power to build machines with the capability to make decisions that have in the past only been made by people,' says Microsoft president Brad Smith
The hot topic in the hour-long talk between Elon Musk and Jack Ma is artificial intelligence, which has provoked increasing concern among scientists
The allocation is even higher than what is to be given to the police and the military
AIM's data science students present 16 artificial intelligence solutions to real-world problems
South Korea will 'actively utilize the trilateral information-sharing channel with the United States as the intermediary' in place of the accord with Japan
(UPDATED) The Duterte administration seeks P4.5 billion for the Office of the President's confidential and intelligence funds, a P2-billion hike from the previously requested P2.5 billion
The use of AI to allow weapon systems to autonomously select and attack targets has sparked ethical debates in recent years
Elon Musk's Neuralink is developing a brain implant to connect people's minds directly to a computer. These mind-reading systems could affect our privacy, security, identity, equality, and personal safety.
The agencies 'successfully dismantled a (CIA) spy network,' the head of counter-intelligence at the Iranian intelligence ministry, whose identity was not revealed, tells reporters in Tehran
Increasingly, players in the food industry are embracing artificial intelligence to better understand the dynamics of flavor, aroma and other factors that go into making a food product a success
Iran news agency ISNA reports that Jalal Haji Zavar was convicted by the military court and was executed at an unspecified time
One common question as intelligent technologies infiltrate various industries is how work and labor will be affected. In this case, who – or what – will do journalism in this AI-enhanced and automated world, and how will they do it?
Citing 'a person knowledgeable about the matter,' the Wall Street Journal says Kim Jong-nam had met with CIA operatives several times
A McKinsey Global Institute report released at the 2019 Women Deliver Conference examines the impact of automation in 6 mature economies and 4 emerging economies
But an insurgency expert who has declined to be named says Islamic State are unlikely to have direct contact with the local fighters
The world has changed since sci-fi author Isaac Asimov in 1942 wrote his 3 rules for robots. Today's omnipresent computers and algorithms demand up-to-date measures.
How do universities respond to the challenge of artificial intelligence at the workplace?
OpenAI Five is a system that has recently defeated top Dota 2 team OG
The European Commission unveils a framework aimed at boosting trust in artificial intelligence by ensuring, for example, data about EU citizens are not used to harm them
Paris climbs to the top of the 'World's Priciest Cities' list, tying first with both Singapore and Hong Kong
Learning is more complex than just going to school, getting a job, and playing Sudoku or crossword puzzles to keep your mind together later in life
Unlike the riveting nationally televised public testimony on February 27, Michael Cohen's appearance on February 28 before the House Intelligence Committee is being held behind closed doors
The order however stops short of specific funding or a detailed strategy for deployment of artificial intelligence
'It can mimic a human pediatrician to interpret and integrate all types of medical data – patient complaints, medical history, blood and imaging tests – to make a diagnosis,' says lead researcher Kang Zhang
'One has to be attentive about Huawei as an actor and about the close connections between a commercial actor like Huawei and the Chinese regime,' says the head of Norway's domestic intelligence unit
The Coats report also highlights the broad and increasing threat to the United States from China, a point of agreement across the board in the Trump administration
The EU accuses the Russians – two agents and the deputy head of the GRU – of orchestrating the 'possession, transport and use' of the nerve agent used in the attack in Salisbury, England last March
A report entitled 'China Military Power' says because of its 'multifaceted approach to technology acquisition' the People's Liberation Army is 'on the verge of fielding some of the most modern weapon systems in the world'
(UPDATED) 'We still believe there are two or 3 attackers in specific locations,' the first police officer says. 'The situation is far from over.'
Tech companies building AI should factor in ethics early in the process to make certain artificial intelligence with 'agency of its own' doesn't hurt people, Google chief Sundar Pichai says
The hackers, who stole data of around 500 million Marriott customers, are believed to have been working for China's Ministry of State Security
The move follows reports the United States is urging its allies to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant from 5G rollouts over cybersecurity fears.
(UPDATED) The National Intelligence Coordinating Agency, under the Office of the President, wants the DICT to be authorized to shut down social media accounts that are deemed 'inimical to national interest'
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'Australia, don't think you are away from our attacks,' reads one poster, which shows a photo of a vehicle the Melbourne attacker set alight during his November 9 attack
'The attack plot did not seem to have been fully worked out, but the November 11 commemorations appear to have been its background,' a source says
These 3 institutions are the Office of the President, the Department of National Defense, and Congress
The author believes human rights and dignity would suffer if artifiical intelligence is given personhood under the law for a number of a reasons
The device, which will be available for pre-order in the United States from Monday, is designed to allow users to make video calls at home without having to stand immediately in front of the screen or hold a phone at arm's length.
Britain's National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) identifies operatives from Russia's GRU arm as being behind various high-profile computer attacks, according to the Foreign Office
'Police arrested 7 men on Thursday... suspected of being at a very advanced stage of preparation for a major terrorist attack in the Netherlands,' says the public prosecutor's office
Akbayan Representative Tom Villarin says at the House plenary that he hopes the more than P2 billion budget of the Office of the President for confidential and intelligence funds won't be used vs critics
Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque says the meeting was a 'regular intel briefing' and downplays the threat posed by supposed September 21 sabotage 'plans'