Google is introducing new privacy tools to allow users more control over personal images online, making it easier to remove explicit content from search results.
The French Supervisory Authority (CNIL) has recently tested tools that could potentially help its auditors understand the functioning of an AI system. The CNIL tested two different tools, IBEX and Algocate.
In an interview with WIRED, CEO Hoan Ton-That said the company has scraped 10 billion photos from the web—and developed new ways to aid police surveillance.
Twitter is planning to test new privacy-related features aimed at giving users greater control over their follower lists and who can see their posts and likes.