Four frame styles and ROSE lens technology for Rapha’s latest Pro Team, Classic and Explore sunnies
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Mathieu van der Poel has his eyes firmly focused on the road season as he hit the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix for a recon ride.
FinTech Abu Dhabi Festival (which will be held from 24 to 26 November 2020) is today hosting its “The Search – Global Startups Tour” so be sure to sign up – @FinTechAD co-hosted by @ADGlobalMarket and #CBUAE, powered by @Unboundglobal
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The FCA has now lifted its decision to suspend #WirecardUK transactions. @ginadav speaks to @PockitUK and @ImagineCurve customers to find out how they coped with the freeze on accounts.
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Amazon buys self-driving startup, and more – In brief
A handful of Democrat Senators and House reps say they will introduce legislation that would stop the Feds and cops in the US from using facial-recognition surveillance gear
Another machine-learning model that can’t tell people of color apart? Shocker
The American Civil Liberties Union has formally complained to Detroit police, who wrongfully arrested and locked up a dad after he was misidentified as a thief by facial-recognition software and a security guard
Researchers used a pre-trained off-the-shelf model from Nvidia
A new computer vision technique that helps convert blurry photos of people into fake, realistic images has come under fire for being racially biased towards white people
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Springer ditches paper from research tome, boffins rail against junk science
Updated Springer Nature has decided against publishing a paper describing a neural network supposedly capable of detecting criminals from their faces alone. Word of this decision comes as top boffins signed a letter branding the study harmful junk science.…
That AI-powered product and price recommendation engine? Useless now
Machine learning models built for doing business prior to the COVID-19 pandemic will no longer be valid as economies emerge from lockdowns, presenting companies with new challenges in machine learning and enterprise data management, according to Gartner.
Plus: AI for the benefit of humankind group loses a member and more
Roundup Windows fans can finally train and run their own machine learning models off Radeon and Ryzen GPUs in their boxes, computer vision gets better at filling in the blanks and more in this week’s look at movements in AI and machine learning.