“In this issue
AI ethics is all about power
Facial recognition regulation is surprisingly bipartisan
When AI is a tool, and when it’s a weapon
As AI grows, users deserve tools to limit its access to personal data
AI-generated fake content could unleash a virtual arms race
AI in patent law: Enabler or hindrance?
Richard Bartle interview: How game developers should think about sapient AI characters
From black box to white box: Reclaiming human power in AI (Sponsored)
The pitfalls of a ‘retrofit human’ in AI systems”
“The top Democrat in the U.S. Senate wants the government to create a new agency that would invest an additional $100 billion over 5 years on basic research in artificial intelligence (AI).”
- “Now one of the largest grocery chains in North America is introducing smart shopping carts powered by artificial intelligence.
- The Caper Smart Cart, from New York-based Caper, includes an interactive screen and autonomous checkout technology.”
“eCommerce was one among the early adopters of AI in 2018 and this trend is expected to continue in 2019 as well. Here are 5 trends you don’t wanna miss”
- “One of the chain’s more intriguing new experiments with the use of cutting edge tech involves applying artificial intelligence (AI) to the drive-thru experience.
- McDonald’s has been testing a solution that recognizes the license plate of a customer in the drive-thru and uses that information to provide AI-based recommendations of menu items
- ‘There is a fine line between personalization and creepy and only consumers can define for themselves where that line exists,'”