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The US Department of Defense | February 25, 2020
The US Department of Defense (DoD) has announced the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) ethical principles. AI ethical principles will cover the five major areas of responsibility, equitability, traceability, reliability and governability. These principles will be enforced on both combat and non-combat army functions. The principles have been embraced following recommendations by the Defence Innovation Board in October last year....
Huawei | February 20, 2020
A meeting of U.S. government officials to discuss further curbs on exports to Huawei and China is still on for Thursday, two sources said, despite pushback from President Donald Trump against the restrictions. The deputy-level meeting was called to discuss proposals including possible new restrictions on sales of chips made abroad to China’s blacklisted Huawei Technologies, a maker of telecommunications equipment, and on sales of airplane components to a Chinese aircraft maker. Policymaker...
Accela | September 28, 2021
Accela®, the leading provider of cloud-based solutions for state and local government, and Avolve Software, today announced a new reseller partnership, building on their foundations of expertise in digitally transforming business processes for state and local government. Accela and Avolve have strengthened their partnership over the past decade, and bring together two industry-leading technologies into a robust solution for permitting and electronic plan review, all delivered on Microsoft Az...
Facebook | June 17, 2020
Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Tuesday it would affix labels to political ads shared by users on their own feeds, closing what critics have said for years was a glaring loophole in the company’s election transparency measures. The world’s biggest social network has attached a “paid for by” disclaimer to political ads since 2018, after facing a backlash for failing to stop Russia from using its platforms to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. But the label disappea...
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