Lazar added the research would also include discussions with industry and government to identify answers to questions such as, what is the role of humans in the delivery of existing MI systems and what are the benefits and risks associated with the growing use of AI in delivery of public services. … [Read more...] about ANU to design artificial intelligence framework with Australian values
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"A sign of ADE, or a similar problem, would be if the people who got the vaccine in the trials actually had higher attack rates of COVID-19 than the people who got placebo," meaning the virus was more likely to infect the vaccinated group, George said. Any vaccine linked to ADE would not advance to further trials or earn FDA approval, she added. If data gathered in any phase “raise significant concerns about either safety or effectiveness,” the FDA can require that another round of studies be conducted, or that the trial be stopped altogether, according to the American Association of Medical Colleges. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 vaccines are on the fast-track to approval. How will we know they’re safe?
The flight and hotel reservation features, Live View (where it is available), and Timeline will be rolling out to phones in the coming weeks. While you can expect to see Reservations and Live View on both Android and iOS, the new Timeline feature will only be available on Android. … [Read more...] about AR directions in Google Maps now widely available for Android and iOS
I’ve been very honest with Facebook and everyone in public that I am at the table because I have to be at the table. Because we don’t have the political and regulatory levers to actually do everything that we need. And you know, sometimes people say like, “Don’t say that, Rashad, because then they may not want to talk to you.” And I’m like, “Well, I represent a real constituency in the world.” And also, I don’t want to be a person that is thinking that we can actually shift the power structures by the corporations simply telling us that they’re going to do better. … [Read more...] about How far will Facebook go to address their civil rights audit?
Facebook Inc said that it took down posts and ads run by the re-election campaign of U.S. President Donald Trump for violating its policy against organised hate. The ads showed a red inverted triangle, a symbol the Nazis used to identify political prisoners, with text asking Facebook users to sign a petition against antifa, a loosely organised anti-fascist movement. Trump and Attorney General William Barr have repeatedly singled out antifa as a major instigator of recent unrest during nationwide anti-racism protests, with little evidence. "Our policy prohibits using a banned hate group's symbol to identify political prisoners without the context that condemns or discusses the symbol," said a Facebook company spokesperson. The symbol was in Facebook ads run on pages belonging to Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, as well as on ads and organic posts on the "Team Trump" page. "Whether aware of the history or meaning, for the Trump campaign to use a symbol - one which is … [Read more...] about Facebook takes down Trump ads over ‘organised hate’ policy