technology (general)

Maldives has launched its first tactical drones. The eyes in the sky will improve the country’s defence force’s monitoring, surveillance, and data capabilities.

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AI tools are already being widely used in science. But can they, and the science they help produce, be trusted?

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It’s ironic that as scientific evidence on climate change and vaccines have become more compelling, public opinion on social media appears more divided.

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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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Europe’s Renaissance sparked a flowering of free thought and new ideas in the arts and elsewhere. AI could too.

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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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While audiences and users need to be educated on the negative implications of deepfakes, the technology can also have positive impacts.

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Late stars of yesteryear on the silver screen again may be one way Hollywood seeks to use AI in film, but ethical qualms and potential legal disputes await.

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AI’s integration in the arts and creative industries sparks debates on ethics and innovation, challenging traditional artistic boundaries.

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New evidence shows that targeted policies, coordination and evaluation are all part of creating more gender-equitable and disability-inclusive workplaces.

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Cyber threats surges in Southeast Asia. Can Australia, Malaysia and Singapore forge a trilateral digital security shield at a key summit?

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