Spain deploys coronavirus robots that ‘test 80,000 patients a day’ in Artificial Intelligence breakthrough

It has been reported that Spain will deploy coronavirus robots that are capable of testing 80,000 patients a day.  It is hoped that this major breakthough in aritificial intelligence will help to fight the coronavirus pandemic.     The Spanish government says these robots will increase testing from its current daily figure of between 15,000 and 20,000. Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez stated: “We have yet to receive the impact of the strongest, most damaging wave, which will test our material and moral capacities to the limit, as well as our…

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Toei launches YouTube channel for classic live-action shows, anime

Toei launches YouTube channel for classic live-action shows, anime YouTube channel Toei Tokusatsu World will be available worldwide, save for Japan, and will begin uploading content on April 6, beginning with the first two episodes of 70 different classic live-action shows and anime Updated 5:57 PM, March 19, 2020 TOEI TOKUSATSU WORLD. A new YouTube channel for classic live-action shows and anime is coming. Image from Toei. MANILA, Philippines – Fans of Japanese media who are looking for more content to freely consume during the coronavirus lockdown will have one…

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Japan’s Toei Launches Youtube Channel For Classic Tokusatsu Shows – Variety

Japanese company Toei is launching a designated YouTube channel to give fans access to classic Tokusatsu genre shows from the 1960s to the 1990s, it announced Wednesday. The channel, “Toei Tokusatsu World Official” will begin uploads on Monday, April 6, with daily updates available worldwide outside of Japan. The shows include titles such as “National Kid,” “Captain Ultra,” “Yokai Begeicho” from the 1960s, the Super Sentai Series’ “Gorenger,” “Jakq,” “Message From Space” from the 1970s, the Metal Hero Series’ “Space Cop Gavan” from the 1980s, “Poitrine” and “Chanzerion” from the…

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Clearview AI Probed for Selling Facial Recognition Software to Repressive Regimes | Democracy Now!

A top Democratic lawmaker is demanding answers from a secretive artificial intelligence company over its sale of facial recognition technology to repressive governments including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey sent a letter to Clearview AI on Tuesday demanding information about the company’s database of billions of images scraped from Facebook and other social media sites. Senator Markey wrote, “The use of sophisticated facial recognition technology is concerning even in a democracy with strong civil liberties, but its export to certain foreign countries could enable…

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