SINGAPORE: Singtel's fourth quarter net profit fell 19 per cent to S$781 million compared to the same period a year ago mainly due to weaker results from its overseas subsidiaries, Airtel and Telkomsel, as well as adverse currency statements.
In a statement released to the Singapore Exchange on ...
SPONSORED: Presented by Intel The Just Cause 4 launch is just a couple of months away, and it’s going to be a doozy. Rico Rodriguez is about to land in Solis, the land of oppression, injustice, and world-altering weather conditions that are going to blow you away. The Just Cause series has always been about chaos, […]
The biggest actual threat faced by humans, when it comes to AI, has nothing to do with robots. It’s biased algorithms. And, like almost everything bad, it disproportionately affects the poor and marginalized. Machine learning algorithms, whether in the form of “AI” or simple shortcuts for sifting through data, are incapable of making rational decisions because they don’t rationalize — they find patterns. That government agencies across the US put them in charge of decisions that profoundly impact the lives of humans, seems incomprehensibly unethical. When an algorithm manages inventory for a grocery store, for example, machine learning helps humans do… This story continues at The Next Web