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Warren Buffett says AI scams could become industry, draws parallels with dangers of nuclear weapons

American businessman and investor Warren Buffett opines that in the future, fraudulent activities could develop into a full-fledged industry, based on his recent encounter with Artificial Intelligence, media reports said.

Lavender and Gospel: Israeli armed forces opened AI arsenal to destroy thousands of Hamas operatives

The Israeli military used advanced artificial intelligence (AI) systems, named Lavender and Gospel, in its bombing operations in Gaza, reports suggest.

US high school athletic director arrested for allegedly creating deepfake racist audio of principal

A US high school athletic director was arrested recently for allegedly using artificial intelligence to impersonate his principal making racist comments.

Pakistan witnessing surge in cases related to AI use in violence against women

A new report has found a surge in technology-facilitated gender-based violence (TFGBV) in Pakistan in 2023 with 2,500 cases reported in the year, media reports said.

Italian Minister Adolfo Urso says G7 countries agree to work out common rules for AI

The G7 countries have agreed to develop common rules for the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies, Italian Industry Minister Adolfo Urso said on Thursday.

Sri Lanka launches pilot project introducing AI into school

Sri Lanka's Education Minister Susil Premajayantha announced on Sunday that starting March 19, a pilot project will be initiated in 20 schools, providing students from Grade 8 the chance to delve into artificial intelligence (AI) within their information technology curriculum.

Microsoft says hackers from Russia, China, Iran, DPRK exploiting AI tools

Washington: Microsoft said on Wednesday that hacker groups allegedly linked to Russia, China, Iran and North Korea are exploiting its OpenAI tools to enhance their cyberoperations.

Rights expert alerts AI boom facilitates child abuse via the Internet

In another indicator of the importance of AI oversight, a top UN-appointed human rights expert warned on Monday that the volume of reported child sexual abuse material online has increased by 87 per cent since 2019.

Sri Lanka installs automated face recognition system at main airport to nab criminals

Colombo: An automated face recognition system has been installed at the Bandaranaike International Airport, the main airport in Sri Lanka, to trace people accused of drug trafficking and other criminal activities, the police said on Saturday.

Govt to exclude AI-generated content from copyright protection in South Korea

The South Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism has announced that it will not grant copyright registration to artificial intelligence (AI)-generated content that is created without humans' "creative intervention," the Yonhap news agency reported on Wednesday.

At UK’s AI Summit, Antonio Guterres says risks outweigh rewards without global oversight

The UN Secretary-General on Thursday (November 2, 2023) stressed that global oversight of emerging artificial intelligence (AI) technology should be based on the UN Charter’s core principles and ensure full respect for human rights.

World must pass ‘AI stress test’, UK Deputy PM says, announcing summit

The United Kingdom will be holding a summit on artificial intelligence (AI) so that nations can come together to “understand it, govern it, harness its potential and contain its risks”, Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden told the UN General Assembly on Friday.

John Grisham, other well known authors file class-action suit against OpenAI

A number of popular writers, including John Grisham, have joined the Authors Guild in filing a class-action suit against OpenAI where they alleged the company’s technology is illegally using their copyrighted work.

Guterres calls for AI ‘that bridges divides’, rather than pushing us apart

New York: The UN Secretary-General addressed the Security Council on Tuesday, emphasizing the potential of artificial intelligence to accelerate human development while also cautioning against the malicious use of what is revolutionary new technology.

UN chief says regulation needed for AI to ‘benefit everyone’

The development of artificial intelligence, or AI, “for the good of all” requires guardrails grounded in human rights, transparency, and accountability, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said on Thursday.