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The fear of AI is overblown

The unprecedented popularity of ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and released in November 2022, has turbocharged the AI hype machine.We are...

Democracy in the Republic of the Internet is backsliding

The internet has become a powerful enemy of any authoritarian regime; one that these regimes have increasingly fought to weaken.

France’s “Hold Up” conspiracy video case: Are double standards unavoidable?

The gradual growth of the number of administered COVID-19 jabs has brought the prospects of returning back to normal and achieving herd immunity against...

Democracies must hold their companies to higher standards in China

Earlier this month, the New York Times published the findings of its multi-year investigation into how Apple has risked Chinese customers’ data and the...

France fines Google €1.1 million over ‘misleading’ hotel ranking practices

France has fined Google €1.1 million for allegedly "misleading" consumers with their rankings of hotels and other tourist accommodations on its search engine, the...

Former Google executive raises concerns about tech giant's human rights policies

Ross LaJeunesse, a former Google executive has expressed his concerns about the human rights policies that the firm follows as it moves to expand...

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