computing and information technology

The debate on AI ignores marginalised communities who stand to benefit most. Instead, AI can empower them, fight injustice, and level the playing field.

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Art is based on life, and AI doesn’t have one. That’s just one reason why the art community is uniquely well-positioned to show us the limitations of AI.

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Deepfakes are threatening privacy and security. Detection methods using deep learning aim to combat this but there’s a long way to go.

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Developing nations have a real opportunity to cash in on knowledge-based work which allows flexibility.

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Young workers in higher education face less job security and more monitoring of their work.

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Generative AI is upending industries, but little is certain about how this technology will fare amidst a range of issues in a fiercely crowded market.

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Online sexual violence can be deadly. A landmark new Indonesian law is a promising start, but doesn’t go far enough to stamp it out.

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Our young people are getting a dose of social media-driven eco-anxiety over the environment. There are ways we can help them beat it.

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There is plenty of evidence showing how social media use can affect youth mental health but studies often omit the developing countries of the Global South.

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For teenagers with a high fear of missing out, high social media use is linked to increased anxiety. It might be time for a tech health check.

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Discovering new ways to empower older employees to find their groove and stay relevant in an ever-changing workplace.

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