• The FCC may require AI labels for political ads

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) might be stepping up the country’s AI enforcement mechanisms, as the organization explores new rules for disclosing the use of...

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    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) might be stepping up the country’s AI enforcement mechanisms, as the organization explores new rules for disclosing the use of AI in political ads. According to a new Notice of Proposed Rulemaking released this week, the commission is beginning initial investigations into nationwide requirements for labeling AI used in political...
  • Meta, Match Group, and more announce new anti-scam coalition

    Some of the biggest names in social media, dating apps, and digital finance are teaming up to fight escalating online financial scams. Perhaps those disturbing...

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    Some of the biggest names in social media, dating apps, and digital finance are teaming up to fight escalating online financial scams. Perhaps those disturbing AI-generated Facebook posts will finally meet their match. Announced Tuesday, May 21, the Tech Against Scams coalition will act as a convening body between a network of tech companies to...
  • No need to look up from your phone. Apple is trying to cure your motion sickness.

    If staring at your phone in a moving vehicle is a puke-worthy or vertigo-inducing experience, Apple‘s new Vehicle Motion Cues might be a solution. Announced...

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    If staring at your phone in a moving vehicle is a puke-worthy or vertigo-inducing experience, Apple‘s new Vehicle Motion Cues might be a solution. Announced along with a series of other new accessibility features, Vehicle Motion Cues turn built-in motion sensors in iPhone and iPads into anti-sickness aids. SEE ALSO: Apple adds new accessibility features...
  • Apple adds new accessibility features across the senses, including eye tracking

    Apple‘s accessibility offerings continue to expand, as new features like device eye tracking, touch enhanced music listening, and settings for those with atypical speech come...

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    Apple‘s accessibility offerings continue to expand, as new features like device eye tracking, touch enhanced music listening, and settings for those with atypical speech come to on-the-go devices. Announced in the midst of a month-long recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day (May 16), the lineup of customizability options to help users with physical disabilities better...
  • Google’s accessible hands-free cursor is coming to Android

    Android users will soon have access to a revolutionarily accessible form of device control: Completely hands-free navigation, using the power of Google AI and facial...

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    Android users will soon have access to a revolutionarily accessible form of device control: Completely hands-free navigation, using the power of Google AI and facial tracking. Part of the company’s long list of updates and announcements rolling out at its developer keynote event today, the new feature is a mobile version of Google’s desktop offering...
  • TikTok’s AI-generated content is getting watermarked

    TikTok is taking another stab at curbing the rise of AI-generated misinformation taking over social media platforms, as it announces a new way its watermarking...

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    TikTok is taking another stab at curbing the rise of AI-generated misinformation taking over social media platforms, as it announces a new way its watermarking (or labelling) AI. The platform announced today that it is joining the Adobe-led Content Authenticity Initiative and the Coalition for Content Provenance and Authenticity (C2PA), a nonprofit-backed project to align...
  • Microsoft to law enforcement: No using Azure OpenAI for facial recognition

    Microsoft is more explicitly banning police departments from using its AI models to identify suspects, according to new conduct language for its Azure OpenAI collaboration....

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    Microsoft is more explicitly banning police departments from using its AI models to identify suspects, according to new conduct language for its Azure OpenAI collaboration. The new language explicitly prohibits using its AI model services “for facial recognition purposes by or for a police department in the United States.” It also prohibits use cases in...
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