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Facial recognition co AnyVision raises $31m

The Israeli computer vision company has developed core software solutions that make all cameras smart.

Blue Prism acquires UK’s Thoughtonomy for up to $100M to expand its RPA platform with more AI

Robotic process automation — which lets organizations shift repetitive back-office tasks to machines to complete — has been a hot area of growth in the world of enterprise IT, and now one of the companies that’s making waves in the area has acquired a smaller startup to continue extending its capabilities.

Technology Top AI researchers race to detect ‘deepfake’ videos: ‘We are outgunned’

Top artificial-intelligence researchers across the USA are racing to defuse an extraordinary political weapon: computer-generated fake videos that could undermine candidates and mislead voters during the 2020 presidential campaign.

UK-based data privacy startup Privitar raises $40 million

London-based data privacy software startup Privitar has secured a funding round of $40 million led by Accel, with participation from existing investors Partech, Salesforce Ventures, 24Haymarket, and IQ Capital. Seth Pierrepont, partner at Accel, will join Privitar’s board of directors.

United Arab Emirates doesn’t Hack Dissidents nor Journalists

But news reports continue to suggest that ex-NSA hackers are helping the country hack and surveil its citizens.

50 Most Creative in Business 2019

Dobromir Ciaś is among the winners of the 50 Most Creative in Business 2019 Brief magazine ranking.

Cheq report: Cost of global ad fraud could top $30bn

Global ad fraud is predicted to cost an unprecedented $23bn this year and could reach $30bn including indirect economic and social costs, according to the report ‘The Economic Cost of Bad Actors on the Internet, Ad Fraud 2019,” by cybersecurity company Cheq.

AI beats pharma?

Cambridge neurotech startup BIOS is on a mission to replace pills with algorithms. overthrow the network myths about the EP elections in Poland

Analysing the political party campaigns on Facebook in Poland, European Coalition fought for the young, PiS defended the Poles against the external evil, the Confederation frightened foreign claims.

Finland is winning the war on fake news: crucial findings for Western democracy

5 Actions P&G is Taking to Improve the Media Supply Chain

The next great revolution in using technology to make people’s lives better is underway, but along with this are potential pitfalls that can’t be ignored: data misuse and privacy breaches, transparency lapses, fraud, brand safety and more.

Partypoker Identifies And Closes Another 91 Bot Accounts

Partypoker has published the second update in what it promises will be a series of monthly updates regarding “bot” (automated-playing) accounts playing on party sites, which after being identified are closed, with the related account balances seized and redistributed to affected players.

Hacking Carrots fighting fake news

Disinformation is considered to be one of the most dangerous phenomena on the Internet today, but at the same time one of the most interesting challenges for the IT world.

Misinformation is getting worse

'Machines that speak and write will make misinformation worse', says Amy Stapleton at Harvard Business Review.

New Report: from NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence

Hybrid Threats: A Strategic Communications Perspective

NASK research: more than half of Poles encounter manipulation and disinformation on the Internet

Over half of Polish Internet users admit that in recent months they have encountered manipulation or disinformation, and 35% Poles with falsified information in the network meet once a week or more often. At the same time as much as 19 percent directly claims that it does not check the credibility of internet information or its sources - according to new research, conducted by NASK's Social Research Laboratory.

Facebook’s newest ‘fact checkers’ are Koch-funded climate deniers

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg keeps dashing any hope that the world’s largest social media platform might be a positive force in the fight against catastrophic climate change.

New campaign: Diagnosing the Internet

The Internet is suffering from a very serious illness. Although we know the condition is serious, we don’t know how advanced the disease is nor the scale of damage that has already been done and which could, at any time, wreak havoc on our lives.

The Internet needs to be diagnosed

A real war against bots takes place in India

Hate Speech On the Internet