Week to 16 September 2022

News Articles 

‘Google, Amazon Workers Protest AI Contract with ‘Apartheid’ Regime of Israel’, Tasnim News

‘Artificial intelligence can be used to better monitor Maine’s forests, UMaine study finds’, Bangor Daily News

‘Robots need to move faster to save the world’, Financial Times

Artificial intelligence could be a great equaliser’, The Business Standard

‘A “Virtual Rapper” Was Fired. Questions About Art and Tech Remain.’, The New York Times

UN Reports & Articles

Artificial intelligence in education, UNESCO 

‘Training judges, lawyers and prosecutors in Artificial Intelligence and the Rule of Law’, UNESCO


‘Please don’t tip the robot’, TechCrunch 

‘Artificial Intelligence’s Impact on the Lives of People With Disabilities’, Analytics Insight 

‘I just spent a week with a robot cat and my life will never be the same’, ZDNET

‘This new technology that detects deadly landmines with 92% accuracy could help Ukraine’, Interesting Engineering 

‘Pentagon combines maritime drones and artificial intelligence’, Haber Tusba

‘Draft EU AI Act regulations could have a chilling effect on open source software’, The Register

The Pope’s AI adviser on ensuring algorithms respect human dignity’, NewScientist

‘Machine unlearning: The duty of forgetting’, Towards Data Science

There’s no Tiananmen Square in the new Chinese image-making AI’, MIT Technology Review

It’s not just floods and fires: This AI forecasts how climate change will impact your city’, Fast Company 

US throws millions at AI to diagnose diseases by the sound of your voice’, The Register

Academic publishers turn to AI software to catch bad scientists doctoring data’, The Register

European parliament calls loud and clear for a biometric mass surveillance in AI Act’, EDRi

Journal Articles 

‘Making sense of decision support systems: Rationales, translations and potentials for critical reflections on the reality of child protection’, Big Data & Society, Andreas Møller Jørgensen and Maria Appel Nissen 

‘Achieving net zero emissions with machine learning: the challenge ahead’, Nature Machine Intelligence

State Responsibility in Relation to Military Applications of Artificial Intelligence’, Leiden Journal of International Law, Berenice Boutin

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