[ZDNet] Every country must decide own definition of acceptable AI use

Citizens and governments will need to determine what they deem to be acceptable uses of artificial intelligence, including whether the use of facial recognition technology in public spaces should be outlawed or accepted, says Telenor Research’s AI and analytics head.

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