Security

Here's how machine learning can violate your privacy

Machine learning has pushed the boundaries in several fields, including personalized medicine, self-driving cars and customized advertisements. Research has shown, however, that these systems memorize aspects of the data ...

Machine learning & AI

AI trained to draw inspiration from images, not copy them

Powerful new artificial intelligence models sometimes, quite famously, get things wrong—whether hallucinating false information or memorizing others' work and offering it up as their own. To address the latter, researchers ...

Engineering

Are tomorrow's engineers ready to face AI's ethical challenges?

A chatbot turns hostile. A test version of a Roomba vacuum collects images of users in private situations. A Black woman is falsely identified as a suspect on the basis of facial recognition software, which tends to be less ...

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