A new EU law that changes how companies use our personal information kicks in on 25 May.
Software that replaces an original face with another has been developed. It uses a machine-learning algorithm to create a computer-generated version of the subject’s face. The results are known as deepfakes. BBC Click finds out more. See more at Click’s website and @BBCClick. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn
Russia’s attempt to block popular messaging app Telegram has so far been unsuccessful. The authorities want access to the encrypted messages, but Telegram has refused, and worked around measures taken to stop users accessing it. But Moscow’s ambition to control social media is far from over. Video produced by Abdujalil Abdurasulov Source link Facebook Twitter […]
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption How algorithms make decisions in AI systems is something of a mystery As with the human brain, the neural networks that power artificial intelligence systems are not easy to understand. DeepMind, the Alphabet-owned AI firm famous for teaching an AI system to play Go, is attempting to work out […]