New York University journalism professor Talia Lavin made the remark in response to backlash over Rep. Ilhan Omar's comments on 9/11.
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Facebook is to use footage from police body cameras to train its algorithms to recognise videos of real-life shootings.
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An app that tracks the location of police patrols in Hong Kong is now available via Apple, despite the firm's reservations about its potential use.
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DeepMind says it has created the first artificial intelligence to reach the top league of one of the most popular esport video games.
We could soon live in a world where domestic service robots perform household chores and clean up for us as we go about our daily lives.
Students at Indiana University of Pennsylvania will be celebrating Thanksgiving this year by “decolonizing” the holiday and eating “decolonial” indigenous cuisine.