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AI should be licensed like medicines or nuclear power, Labour suggests
Exclusive: party calls for developers without a licence to be barred from working on advanced AI tools

Kiran Stacey Political correspondent

05, Jun, 2023 @9:56 PM

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Apple unveils 15in MacBook Air, iOS 17 and revamped watchOS 10
Alongside Vision Pro headset, firm revealed new Mac Pro, Mac Studio, macOS Sonoma and iPadOS 17

Samuel Gibbs Consumer technology editor

05, Jun, 2023 @8:36 PM

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Apple reveals Vision Pro AR headset at its worldwide developers conference
Headset priced at $3,500 allows users to ‘browse the system simply by looking’ and tapping their fingers to select, says Apple

Alex Hern

05, Jun, 2023 @6:58 PM

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BA, Boots and BBC staff details targeted in Russia-linked cyber-attack
Hack attributed to criminal gang hit MOVEit software used by third-party payroll provider Zellis

Dan Milmo Global technology editor

05, Jun, 2023 @6:18 PM

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Google and Facebook urged by EU to label AI-generated content
Call comes amid moves to combat disinformation from Russia, while Twitter is warned to comply with new digital content laws

Lisa O'Carroll Brussels correspondent

05, Jun, 2023 @1:06 PM

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Saudi Arabia warns Snapchat users that ‘insulting’ regime is a criminal offense
Users of the social media app have faced legal consequences for posts – some private – that are critical of Saudi authorities

Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Washington

05, Jun, 2023 @9:48 AM

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Elon Musk’s brain implant company is approved for human testing. How alarmed should we be?
The billionaire’s record has raised concerns over Neuralink’s ability to responsibly oversee the development of such an invasive device

Kari Paul and Maanvi Singh in San Francisco

04, Jun, 2023 @2:00 PM

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AI poses national security threat, warns terror watchdog
Security services fear the new technology could be used to groom vulnerable people

Mark Townsend Home Affairs Editor

04, Jun, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Robot takeover? Not quite. Here’s what AI doomsday would look like
Experts say the fallout from powerful AI will be less a nuclear bomb and more a creeping deterioration of society

Kari Paul

03, Jun, 2023 @11:00 AM

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‘Much easier to say no’: Irish town unites in smartphone ban for young children
Parents and schools across Greystones adopt voluntary ‘no-smartphone code’ in bid to curb peer pressure

Rory Carroll Ireland correspondent

03, Jun, 2023 @8:00 AM

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The existential threat from AI – and from humans misusing it | Letters
Letters: Roger Haines writes that there is no evidence of AI sentience, while Prof Paul Huxley recalls Asimov’s laws of robotics, and Phyl Hyde says fears of AI are being overblown

02, Jun, 2023 @4:16 PM

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Australia is looking to regulate AI – what might they be used for and what could go wrong?
Growing sense that artificial intelligence is in accelerated development prompts government review looking to make ‘modern laws for modern technology’

Josh Taylor

02, Jun, 2023 @3:00 PM

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