International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children Australia Ltd

14 November 2023

November 14, 2023

Gen AI, finance and AI, and social tech news today:

  1. CommBank has developed an AI model to detect abusive financial transactions and has made it available to other banks – while this applies primarily to family or domestic violence, it’s a great case study for how AI can be used to stop perpetrators –
  2. Omegle has shut down – the service was an online chat service that randomly paired users in one-on-one chat –
  3. Japan’s lack of AI regulation has resulted in overseas users seeking gen AI CSAM from websites hosted there – some website operators don’t intend to remove content until it’s deemed illegal –

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