The United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and Google analyse innovative ways of delivering efficient, effective and fair public services in their new report titled ‘Artificial Intelligence in the Delivery of Public Services’.
A study of world’s most popular travel apps shows that 100% of iOS apps failed to receive a passing privacy or security grade. Researchers from the firm Zimperium tested thirty "best deal" travel applications, covering flights, hotels and car rental to better understand how they manage users' privacy and security risk.
Officials in Abu Dhabi, UAE have announced the launch of a university of artificial intelligence (AI).
US department of Justice issued a statement that the largest child pornographic website operating in the darknet was taken down in an internationally coordinated operation.
According to the UK-based firm Comparitech, China, Russia and India are the world’s top surveillance states, based on its privacy index.
Recent report that Apple’s Safari browser sends information about sites users are visiting to Google and Tencent to check for fraudulent pages raised a lot of concerns across the world.
The UK Department for Work and Pension (DWP) is reportedly working on an intelligent automation system to help process benefit claims within the country's welfare system.
The NSW Government has published an IoT policy concerning all government agencies. The plan aims to encourage the use of IoT in an ethical manner. The policy includes a general statement about IoT and IoT policy guidance.