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With Google as My Neighbor, Will There Still Be Water?

Interview with Dr. Sebastián Lehuedé from the Centre of Governance and Human Rights at the University of Cambridge on activist groups protesting the harmful environmental impacts of data centers.

AI surveillance rumors: gay adult content creators face sanctions

Basque Country: how an algorithm to assess the risk of gender-based violence sees people from “different cultures”

In Germany, a daycare allocation algorithm is separating siblings

Reels of Fortune: Instagram-shaped memories for a bigger reach

A dollar for your face: Meet the people behind Machine Learning models

What to expect from Europe’s first AI oversight agency

Does a simple algorithm help against domestic violence?

Wolt: Couriers’ feelings don’t always match the transparency report

From cloning actors’ voices to detecting missiles: Ukraine’s AI scene contributes to air defense

Algorithmic elections: How automated systems quietly disenfranchise voters

Mastodon could make the public sphere less toxic, but not for all

The fediverse is growing, but power imbalances might stay

How researchers are upping their game to audit recommender systems

Visa-free travelers to the EU will undergo “risk” checks from 2023. Who counts as risky remains unclear

Meta is sued for abetting fraud, and they don’t want you to know about it

Italian neofascists considered building an authoritarian AI to solve unemployment. They are far from alone.

Greece plans automated drones to spot people crossing border

Face recognition data set of trans people still available online years after it was supposedly taken down

Details of the Doctolib contract shed light on hiccups in Berlin’s vaccination drive

The BAMF’s controversial dialect recognition software: new languages and an EU pilot project

Digital Bouncers: AI in Recruiting

Facebook’s gutting of CrowdTangle: a step backward for platform transparency

Philipp Schmitt & AT&T Laboratories Cambridge / Better Images of AI / Data flock (faces) / CC-BY 4.0

War Crimes OSINT, Harassment, Doxxing Police and Protesters: Face Recognition for Everyone

Costly birthplace: discriminating insurance practice

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