China is about to regulate AI—and the world is watching [Conrad]

China is about to regulate AI—and the world is watching — from wired.com by Jennifer Conrad Sweeping rules will cover algorithms that set prices, control […]

“12 examples of artificial intelligence in everyday life” [Oldman] + 6 other AI-related items

12 examples of artificial intelligence in everyday life — from itproportal.com by Christopher Oldman Excerpt: 4. Plagiarism The college students’ (or is it professor’s?) nightmare. […]

Court Ruling Requires Verifying Knowledge After Compliance Training

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder Is it good enough to run compliance training courses for employees? Or do you also have to […]

Revisiting Camera Use in Live Remote Teaching: Considerations for Learning and Equity [Turner]

Revisiting Camera Use in Live Remote Teaching: Considerations for Learning and Equity — from er.educause.edu by Patricia Turner Excerpts: Given the need to balance equity […]

Meet The Secretive Surveillance Wizards Helping The FBI And ICE Wiretap Facebook And Google Users [Brewster]

Meet The Secretive Surveillance Wizards Helping The FBI And ICE Wiretap Facebook And Google Users — from forbes.com by Thomas Brewster A small Nebraska company […]

Not easy to follow this at all…at least not for me. [Christian]

The DOJ’s $3.6B Bitcoin Seizure Shows How Hard It Is to Launder Crypto — from wired.com by Andy Greenberg A couple allegedly used a “laundry […]

Technology We Need: Documenting the complete Learner Record [McClennen & Midles]

Technology We Need: Documenting the complete Learner Record — from gettingsmart.com by Nate McClennen and Rebecca Midles Key Points Most innovative schools and a number […]

A positive and a negative example of the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Both of the items below are from Sam DeBrule’s Machine Learnings e-newsletter: AI can predict signs of a heart attack within a year — from […]

What?!? Is this the kind of world that we want to create for our kids?! [Christian]

Feds’ spending on facial recognition tech expands, despite privacy concerns — from by Tonya Riley Excerpt: The FBI on Dec. 30 signed a deal with […]

How to respect test taker privacy when conducting online proctoring

<!-- jQuery('#header-subheading').html(""); --> Posted by John Kleeman, Founder Online proctoring, where someone takes a test under video observation at home or in the office, remains […]

The Need for Data Privacy Training Continues to Grow — Your LMS Can Help

Description tag: Data privacy training is a must for companies that collect customer data. Learn about the latest in data privacy and 3 steps you […]

Items re: AI — via Sam DeBrule’s “Machine Learnings” e-Newsletter

From DSC: The items below are from Sam DeBrule’s Machine Learnings e-Newsletter. #Awesome “Sonoma County is adding artificial intelligence to its wildfire-fighting arsenal. The county has […]

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