I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits

Time:2020-10-22

Apple‘s press conference is a well deserved “hot king”. The three major updates of hardware, system and software ignited the passion of Apple fans. However, the problem of double-edged sword of science and technology behind the exciting technological progress has become increasingly prominent, and the incidents of artificial intelligence face recognition system errors have attracted much attention.

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I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits

1.WWDC 2020: full analysis of the key points of the press conference!

I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits

In the past, Apple has invited developers from all over the world to attend the annual WWDC conference at McEnery Conference Center in San Jose, California. This year, due to the impact of the epidemic, the 31st apple world Developer Conference (WWDC) for the first time switched to live online.

In addition to bringing system updates to the whole platform, Apple also announced the Mac with Apple’s self-developed chip, and displayed the new MacOS Big Sur system, as well as the Apple Developer transition kit with MacOS Big Sur developer preview system and Xcode development kit.

Comments from netizens:

@Miaoz: it’s very fragrant, and I also feel the strength of other people’s software and hardware research and development.

@CICI: I hope my boss will give me a new MBP


2.Because I looked like a criminal, I was sent to prison by the AI facial recognition system

I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits

On a Thursday afternoon in January, Williams, an American, received a call from the Detroit police station in his office and asked him to turn himself in. At first he thought it was just a prank, but what happened later overturned his perception.

An hour after receiving the call, he was driving to Farmington heights, Michigan, when he was stopped by a police car. Two policemen got out of the car and handcuffed Williams in front of his wife and daughter. Instead of telling him why he was arrested, the police showed him a piece of paper with his picture and the words “felony warrant” and “theft”.

Williams was then sent to a detention center. After taking pictures, collecting fingerprints and DNA, he was thrown into prison for the night.

Comments from netizens:

@Pai Daxing: I have seen three or four “I” in face recognition of Nanjing big data Industrial Park

@Cm: there is a lack of justice everywhere

@Ali Chan: it’s true that sometimes black people look alike


3.Machine learning identifies Obama as white! Does AI also have racial bias?

I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits

As the first black president in American history, Obama’s skin color has too much meaning.

But in an AI generated image, after inputting Obama’s low resolution photo, the output is a white image.

It’s not just Obama who uses the same algorithm to enter a low resolution picture of actress Lucy Liu or a photo of Congresswoman Alexandra ocasio Cortez, which produces images of faces that look distinctly white.

A tweet on a foreign social networking site quoted Obama as saying: “this picture fully illustrates the danger of bias in artificial intelligence.”

Comments from netizens:

@Feng Zi: isn’t it the same way that people’s prejudice comes from

@Violent: it’s actually a mixed race After he was elected, everyone called him the first black president


4. Android 12 exposure: Google wants to abandon 32-bit support

I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits

Recently, the media exposed the x86 of Android s (sorted by alphabet, corresponding to Android 12 system)_ 64 emulator has stopped supporting 32-bit, which means that all applications and support libraries must be compatible with 64 bit security and protocol since Android s.

After implementing the 64 bit architecture on Android apps through the Google play store last year, Google seems to be following Apple’s footsteps and transitioning the very complex Android OS ecosystem to the 64 bit architecture.

However, this is a very important step to improve the efficiency, function, reliability and security of the entire Android OS ecosystem.

Comments from netizens:

@Imknow: great. QQ in China doesn’t even support armeabi-v7a. Wangshan even discusses how to reduce the size of APK, so it uses armeabi instead of armeabi-v7a. On the contrary, Google play already supports arm64-v8a

In addition, without 32 bits, arm32 should be gone_ Binder64, Rom adaptation should also be a lot easier

@Scvoet: 11 isn’t on, 12 is coming.


I was sent to prison by AI facial recognition system, and Google wanted to completely abandon its support for 32 bits