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'19Jan
13

Perspective: Is advanced technology creating or killing jobs?

By Stanley OmadoghoARE advanced technologies – artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, virtual reality, mass 3D printing, biotechnology, chatbots, deep learning, drones, augmented reality and smart...
'19Jan
13

Government warns local civic society organisations as Zimbabwe titters on the brink

The government has strongly warned local civic society organisations that have “colluded with some foreign regime change agents to cause chaos in the country”.The government’s warning comes after 27 people from...
'19Jan
13

Africa: How Artificial Intelligence Is Spearheading Unprecedented Change in Africa

Photo: Pixabay As Africa and indeed the world is on the brink of an era of heightened technological capabilities and empowerment, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is lined...
'19Jan
13

Sudan's agony is our business

One man’s agony is just as important today as Jamal Khashoggi’s was in October last year. The world in 2019 is already proving to be just as barbarous in some dark corners of the globe. The ongoing persecution of...
'19Jan
13

Don’t believe the hype: the media are unwittingly selling us an AI fantasy | John Naughton

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a term that is now widely used (and abused), loosely defined and mostly misunderstood. Much the same might be said of, say, quantum physics. But there is one important difference,...
'19Jan
13

Blue Whale: What is the truth behind an online 'suicide challenge'?

The "Blue Whale challenge" was reported to be an online "suicide game" aimed at teenagers which set 50 tasks over 50 days. The challenge was alleged to be linked to numerous deaths around the world. But little...
'19Jan
13

Blue Whale: What is the truth behind an online 'suicide challenge'?

The "Blue Whale challenge" was reported to be an online "suicide game" aimed at teenagers which set 50 tasks over 50 days. The challenge was alleged to be linked to numerous deaths around the world. But little...
'19Jan
12

How a hacked phone may have led killers to Khashoggi

JUST WATCHEDRemembering Jamal Khashoggi, 100 days onReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHRemembering Jamal Khashoggi, 100 days on 18:33I witnessed the power of Pegasus two years ago. Mobile security experts at Check...
'19Jan
12

Tapping AI to spot AD

Picture this about Alzheimer’s disease. It is an affliction of progressive forgetfulness. Things get misplaced and one tends to locate them — for example, car keys being found in the washroom — in unusual places....
'19Jan
12

Yemeni journalist Sabri Bin Makhashin still in prison more than a month after criticising governor

This statement was originally published on gc4hr.org on 11 January 2019. The Gulf Centre for Human Rights (GCHR) is concerned for the health of journalist Sabri Salmeen bin Makhashin, who remains in the prison of...

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