A school in Hangzhou has introduced facial recognition technology, and very little goes unnoticed here. The school says the technology is aimed at optimizing the students' performance but critics of the scheme have expressed ethical concerns.
The US and China are leaders in developing AI applications. But many Germans still have reservations about this technology. Now, German industry is urging greater progress, as Sabine Kinkartz reports from Berlin.
Civil rights groups worry France is taking a step toward a surveillance state. It is about to become the first European Union country to introduce facial recognition software for government services.
China has set itself on a 10-year trajectory to become the world's leader in artificial intelligence. What's it got planned and should we be worried?
The digital revolution and artificial intelligence are revolutionizing not only the economy — but also societies. Not all political systems can deal with this equally well, writes Alexander Görlach.
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