AI is not just disrupting our lives but our very language too, writes Dan Clayton
UK authorities have alarmingly few powers to prevent bad actors from interfering with our democracy
The door is wide open to hostile states seeking to meddle in the next election through AI-generated fake content
This newspaper has found officers in London have been zealous users of the system, which automatically scans the faces of passers-by and matches them against a watchlist
Tackling the issue will require global cooperation and legislative policies – but advancing from non-binding commitments can take decades, writes Emma DeSouza
For all the PR of the AI Safety Summit, what is the UK Government actually doing to safeguard its citizens from the dangers of AI, data misuse and prejudicial algorithms?
The Citizens has been delving into the figures involved in the UK’s AI task force – can we trust them to keep us safe?
Why won’t the Government tell the public who’s attending – and who’s being left out in the cold?
Artificially generated nonsense is already filling the pages of Britain’s press
Effie Webb reports on how radically the academic landscape has changed, in a short space of time, through AI and remote learning
The EU is implementing a blanket ban on facial recognition surveillance by police – but the UK is ploughing ahead despite privacy fears
Artificial intelligence has already made its way into newsrooms – what are the risks?
UK police forces are under scrutiny for their lack of transparency regarding the use of harmful technologies known to exacerbate racist policing
In a dialogue with ChatGPT, Iain Overton explores whether truth and meaning can really be left to machines