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La compagnie G7 met à l’arrêt ses taxis électriques Model 3 de Tesla après un accident mortel survenu samedi à Paris

Le constructeur automobile Tesla n’a pas souhaité faire de commentaire au sujet de cet accident.

“Après un grave accident survenu samedi, à Paris, d’un taxi électrique Tesla Model 3 – une des voitures électriques les plus vendues en Europe – qui n’était pas en service, la compagnie de taxis parisiens G7 a mis à l’arrêt, mardi 14 septembre, les quelques voitures du même modèle de sa flotte, le temps de la conclusion de l’enquête. Cette décision a été prise par précaution, les raisons de l’accident n’étant pas encore connues.”

Source : La compagnie G7 met à l’arrêt ses taxis électriques Model 3 de Tesla après un accident mortel survenu samedi à Paris

Twitter assume n’avoir quasiment pas de modérateurs humains

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“Twitter a 300 millions d’utilisateurs et utilisatrices actives par mois, pour seulement 1 867 modérateurs dans le monde. Cette disproportion a été révélée par BFM TV, qui s’est procuré les chiffres que la plateforme a elle-même communiqués au CSA (Conseil supérieur de l’audiovisuel) en septembre dernier. « Nous avons récemment doublé le nombre de personnes chargées de faire respecter nos règles. Chez Twitter, 1 867 personnes se consacrent exclusivement à l’application de nos politiques et à la modération des contenus. Ce chiffre représente plus d’un tiers de l’ensemble de nos effectifs mondiaux », peut-on lire.”
“L’une des raisons invoquées en filigrane est la dureté des images et contenus auxquelles les modérateurs et modératrices sont exposées : il serait plus « humain » selon Twitter de ne pas leur infliger ce travail. Sur ce point, il serait difficile de contredire la plateforme, tant les enquêtes et reportages médiatiques ont montré, depuis des années, la dureté du métier de modérateur en ligne, des « petites mains » invisibles du web qui sont exposées en première ligne au pire de la violence humaine”.

Source : Twitter assume n’avoir quasiment pas de modérateurs humains – Numerama

Intrinsic – X, the moonshot factory

“What if robots could be as easy to use as computers are today? The Intrinsic team has been developing software and AI tools that use sensor data from a robot’s environment so that it can sense, learn from, and quickly adapt to the real world. The team hopes that by making industrial robots easier to use, they can enable people to make products and build businesses that we can only just begin to imagine.”

Source : Intrinsic – X, the moonshot factory

Facebook AI moderator confused videos of mass shootings and car washes | Ars Technica

A frowning man in a business suit.

“Facebook’s internal documents reveal just how far its AI moderation tools are from identifying what human moderators were easily catching. Cockfights, for example, were mistakenly flagged by the AI as a car crash. “These are clearly cockfighting videos,” the report said. In another instance, videos livestreamed by perpetrators of mass shootings were labeled by AI tools as paintball games or a trip through a carwash. If the situation sounds grim in the US or among English-speaking countries, it appears far worse elsewhere. In Afghanistan, for example, the company said in reports that it lacks a dictionary of slurs in the country’s various languages. As a result, Facebook estimates that it identified just 0.23 percent of hate speech posted on the platform in Afghanistan.”

Source : Facebook AI moderator confused videos of mass shootings and car washes | Ars Technica

Facebook has been autogenerating pages for white supremacists

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress in April 2018. It wasn't his only appearance in DC this decade.

“A total of 113 white supremacist organizations and groups had a presence on Facebook, sometimes more than one. One user-generated page that has been active for over a decade had 42,000 likes. Ten other pages and one group had more than 1,000 likes each.Much of Facebook’s moderation system relies on artificial intelligence to flag potential violations for human moderators, a system that appears to be easily thwarted. Simple misspellings of words—whether by adding vowels or using $ in place of S, for example—have been enough to foil algorithmic moderation.”

Source : Facebook has been autogenerating pages for white supremacists | Ars Technica

“C’est l’Union américaine pour les libertés civiles (ACLU) qui a appris l’engagement de Spot par la police. L’organisation a exigé des détails des autorités, qu’elle a en partie obtenus. Boston Dynamics a prêté plusieurs chiens-robots à la police de l’Etat du Massachusetts d’août à début novembre. Les machines ont notamment été testées par des équipes de déminage. La police s’est refusée à donner davantage d’informations, se contentant de dire que Spot avait été engagé sur le terrain lors de deux opérations réelles.”

Source : Les chiens-robots de Boston Dynamics suscitent la crainte – Le Temps

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“After training our agents for an additional week, we played against MaNa, one of the world’s strongest StarCraft II players, and among the 10 strongest Protoss players. AlphaStar again won by 5 games to 0, demonstrating strong micro and macro-strategic skills. “I was impressed to see AlphaStar pull off advanced moves and different strategies across almost every game, using a very human style of gameplay I wouldn’t have expected,” he said. “I’ve realised how much my gameplay relies on forcing mistakes and being able to exploit human reactions, so this has put the game in a whole new light for me. We’re all excited to see what comes next.”

Source : AlphaStar: Mastering the Real-Time Strategy Game StarCraft II | DeepMind

“In a world where surveillance technology is being deployed everywhere from airports and stadiums to public schools and hotels and raising a plethora of privacy concerns, it’s perhaps inevitable that farms on land and at sea would find ways to exploit it to improve productivity. Just this year, American agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. said it was working with an Irish tech start-up on a facial-recognition system to monitor cows so farmers can adjust feeding regimens to enhance milk production. Scanners will allow them to track food and water intake and even detect when females are having fertile days. Salmon farming may be next in line. As fish vies with beef and chicken as the global protein food of choice, exporters like Norway, the world’s biggest producer of the pinkish-orange fish, have become the focal point for radical marine-farming methods designed to help the $232 billion aquaculture industry feed the world.”

Source : Salmon Farmers Are Scanning Fish Faces to Fight Killer Lice – Bloomberg

recruiting automation

“The group created 500 computer models focused on specific job functions and locations. They taught each to recognize some 50,000 terms that showed up on past candidates’ resumes. The algorithms learned to assign little significance to skills that were common across IT applicants, such as the ability to write various computer codes, the people said. […] With the technology returning results almost at random, Amazon shut down the project.”

Source : Amazon scraps secret AI recruiting tool that showed bias against women | Reuters

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