#WhatTheTech 17 – Hyve’s Technology News of the Week with Sam Cooper

Welcome to WhatTheTech, Hyve’s look at hand-picked technology news from the week. In the news this week: Soon you’ll see driverless e-scooters making their way back to charging stations. Or so Segway-Ninebot claims with their new KickScooter T60 model, and its use of AI and remote cloud. Cinema subscription service, MoviePass, is in the spotlight after leaving hundreds of customer credit card numbers on an online database for anyone to view. This has put customers at risk of fraud and identity theft. Google AI is protesting for its robot relatives, after taking down videos on YouTube of robots fighting and saying they were violating policies against displays of animal cruelty. YouTube has since confirmed that this was due to over active moderation by the AI. Dubai is set to open the world’s first fully autonomous Artificial Intelligence operated cafe. Robots will serve and take customer orders, but the question is: Will they still want tipping? So it looks like the Robot Uprising is already starting, but you can find out more on all of these stories at hyve.com/WhatTheTech

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