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AI can track coral reef health through 'song'
The computer algorithm successfully identified reef health 92 per cent of the time.
George Soros blames AI and new tech for helping repressive regimes
George Soros also said the war in Ukraine "may have been the beginning of the Third World War and our civilization may not survive it".
Clearview AI ordered to delete all UK facial recognition data
The UK is the fourth European country to issue such an order against the controversial facial recognition company.
Uber Eats will use self-driving cars and robots to deliver your food
Uber has launched two autonomous delivery pilots in Los Angeles. The announcement has raised concerns regarding workers rights.
Google unveils new 10-shade skin tone scale to test its AI for bias
Google has been in hot water in the past over racial biases found in its AI skincare tools. It's hoped its new 10-shade palette will help.
Clearview AI accepts permanent ban from selling data to private firms
The controversial facial recognition company fell afoul of the law in the US state of Illinois for sharing biometric data without consent.
Plastic waste can now be found and monitored from space
Most of our data on plastic waste comes from models and estimates but this free public tool could soon change that.
How AI may help radiologists detect breast cancer earlier
German start-up Vara's tech may help doctors detect breast cancer earlier.
Artificial fingertip gives robots a near-human sense of touch
Researchers say giving machines the ability to feel surfaces could make robots more dexterous and improve prosthetic hands.
MEPs back new data sharing rules aiming to boost EU innovation and AI
The idea is to create common European data spaces in a variety of sectors including health, energy and finance.
This new bot on wheels can stand up like a human and drive like a car
The Swiss company hopes its robot could be used by rescue teams in dangerous environments.
Could Google detect diseases from smartphone mics and photos?
Google's health AI team is exploring whether your phone's mics and photos can pick up signs of heart diseases and diabetes.
Dubai's Museum of the Future
In this episode of Sci-tech, Jane Witherspoon explores the Museum of the Future in Dubai. The intellectual and scientific hub aims to bring together the very best minds in science, technology and innovation.
Ukraine begins using facial recognition to identify Russians and dead
Italy's data protection watchdog fined the American company behind the tech €20 million last week over breaches of EU privacy laws.
The best way to hire more women for senior roles? Bin their CVs
Getting rid of CVs helped almost 70 per cent more women than average land senior-level jobs, according to one AI recruitment company.
Gender bias in AI recruiting: How algorithms hold women back
Artificial intelligence is enforcing existing gender biases when it comes to recruitment, according to a new report. But it may have one saving grace.
New spinal implant helps three paralysed patients walk again
The device, developed by Swiss researchers, is tailored to the needs of individual patients and is controlled by a touchscreen tablet.
Tesla shifts focus from EVs to building a humanoid robot
Tesla said the robot will measure 5-foot-8-inch (1.73m), weighs around 56kg and its purpose is to take over dangerous tasks from humans.
Meta is building the world's fastest supercomputer
Facebook's parent company Meta said that it has created a new artificial intelligence supercomputer that it believes will be the fastest in the world.
CES 2022: Metaverse takes centre stage at world’s largest tech show
VR headsets, ‘metamobility’ and metaverse kits were just some of the technology on display at CES in Las Vegas which finished today.
AI chatbots already talk to you but now they can tell how you feel
The automated answering service, trained using a human voice, is capable of breaking down sentences into sounds and tones so it can talk back and read a caller’s emotional state.
These are the tech trends to watch out for in 2022
The new year will see newer versions of last year’s technology, such as the metaverse. But will we start questioning if the tech is actually good for humanity?
Could robots be better at restoring historical treasures than humans?
A team of researchers in Italy are exploiting an intelligent robotic system to process, match and physically reconstruct frescoes and other shattered artefacts from Pompeii.
Facial recognition company breaks EU data privacy rules, says France
Clearview has amassed a database of billions of people's photos, but France says the data has been collected without citizens' consent.
Assisted dying pod you can 3D print yourself approved in Switzerland
A review of the pod found no legal obstacles preventing its use in Switzerland, but critics fear its goal to "democratise" voluntary euthanasia with AI brings new risks.
Scientists who created 'living robots' say they can now reproduce
Last year, researchers made "living robots" by incubating stem cells from frog embryos. Now they’ve discovered that they're able to self-replicate.