Ethics needs to keep up with economics when it comes to AI, experts warn — Financial Post

Potential AI dangers go beyond just bias; there are concerns with mass surveillance using the technology and potential military applications via Ethics needs to keep up with economics when it comes to AI, experts warn — Financial Post Continue reading Ethics needs to keep up with economics when it comes to AI, experts warn — Financial Post

Experts say Canada lacks laws to tackle life-and-death problems posed by AI — Financial Post

TORONTO — The role of artificial intelligence in Netflix’s movie suggestions and Alexa’s voice commands is commonly understood, but less known is the shadowy role AI now plays in law enforcement, immigration assessment, military programs and other areas. Read More via Experts say Canada lacks laws to tackle life-and-death problems posed by AI — Financial Post Continue reading Experts say Canada lacks laws to tackle life-and-death problems posed by AI — Financial Post

Railroad company attempting to spoil Fishers’ plans to convert rails to trails — FOX59

FISHERS, Ind. — For the second time, a railroad company is attempting to derail Fishers’ plans to turn their downtown railways into trails. City officials confirm that US Rail Holdings LLC filed an appeal with the Surface Transportation Board to purchase and operate the line. The city said they have been denied before, and during… via Railroad company attempting to spoil Fishers’ plans to convert rails to trails — FOX59 Continue reading Railroad company attempting to spoil Fishers’ plans to convert rails to trails — FOX59

Boeing’s Problem Is Not Software, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Raúl Ilargi Meijer examines the Boeing crashes. From Meijer at theautomaticearth.com: We had already been told that in the Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 crash which killed all 157 people on board, the 4-month old 737 MAX 8’s anti-stall software reengaged itself four times in 6 minutes as the pilots struggled to straighten the plane post-takeoff. […] via Boeing’s Problem Is Not Software, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC Continue reading Boeing’s Problem Is Not Software, by Raúl Ilargi Meijer — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon

With the huge rise in popularity surrounding cryptocurrencies recently, you may have heard the word ‘blockchain’ once or twice. But what exactly is it? Blockchain provides a decentralised database of transactions that everyone on the network can see. This network is essentially a chain of computers that must all approve an exchange before it can be […] via Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon Continue reading Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon

Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon

With the huge rise in popularity surrounding cryptocurrencies recently, you may have heard the word ‘blockchain’ once or twice. But what exactly is it? Blockchain provides a decentralised database of transactions that everyone on the network can see. This network is essentially a chain of computers that must all approve an exchange before it can be […] via Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon Continue reading Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon

Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon

With the huge rise in popularity surrounding cryptocurrencies recently, you may have heard the word ‘blockchain’ once or twice. But what exactly is it? Blockchain provides a decentralised database of transactions that everyone on the network can see. This network is essentially a chain of computers that must all approve an exchange before it can be […] via Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon Continue reading Blockchain And Web 3.0 — Othorizon

Promotion of E-Cars & Charging

Oman’s Authority for Electricity Regulation (AER) has recently announced plans to prepare a regulatory framework to support the introduction of electric vehicles in the Sultanate. READ MORE: http://www.tahawultech.com/news/oman-support-electric-vehicles/ via Oman electricity authority boosts support for electric vehicles — Tahawul Tech | Middle East Technology News, Enterprise IT, Channel News, Cybersecurity, Dubai Tech, Information Technology, Event Analysis, IT Features Continue reading Promotion of E-Cars & Charging

Smart Cities In The Making

July 15, 2017 Singapore –Smart City Smart State I am in the process of completing my read of Kent E. Calder’s excellent book, Singapore, Smart City Smart State. I must admit upfront that I am an admirer of Singapore and the city state’s leadership going back to Mr. Lee Kuan Yew and his team of […] via Singapore–Smart City Smart State — Din Merican: the Malaysian DJ Blogger Continue reading Smart Cities In The Making