Many suspect it's a ploy to suppress free speech instead.
With the filter, software can't even tell that a photo contains a face.
The network wants to eliminate the delay between when a violent livestream begins and when the system takes it down.
New laws in Vermont and proposed legislation in California would require companies to be more transparent in how user data is stored and sold.
The government intends to explore how Facebook has been misused, but some in Papua New Guinea say they're about to lose their right to free speech.
Flagging prejudiced algorithms won't keep them from being made in the first place.
The company would automatically delete compromising images if someone else uploaded them.
The two tech giants’ AI research helps make deceptive media possible.
They are not likely to be the last.
Before giving tech companies free rein, the government should install some safeguards.
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