Rules on deepfakes take hold in the US

Credit to Author: David Ruiz| Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2020 16:59:33 +0000

Rather than creating new policies or crimes for deepfakes—like making it illegal to use them to deceive—the NDAA seeks a better understanding to the burgeoning technology.

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Top 3 enterprise tech trends to watch in 2020

Credit to Author: Michelle Davidson| Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2020 09:46:00 -0800

If blockchain felt more like hype than reality in 2019, prepare for that to change. Industry watchers expect 2020 to be the year the distributed ledger technology matures and we see use cases that go beyond cryptocurrency.

Areas where experts envision growth include data security, the supply chain and electronic health records.

“Someone’s gonna hit me, but I think blockchain as it relates to data security (think access management) is going to have some landmark use cases in 2020,” Siobhan Climer, science and technology writer at Mindsight, said during a recent IDG TECH(talk) Twitter chat.

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Data Center Management 2020 Outlook: Artificial Intelligence and Automation Take Center Stage

Credit to Author: Kim Povlsen| Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2019 15:00:00 +0000

As we approach a new decade in 2020, we are in the midst of a technology transformation the likes of which the world hasn’t seen before. In the coming year,… Read more »

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Apple is forcing the ad industry to change

Credit to Author: Jonny Evans| Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2019 07:44:00 -0800

Advertising has become too personal.

Modern systems learn too much about your personal life, tastes and aspirations, and while this is manna from heaven for advertisers, it’s an invasion of privacy for many. And Apple is changing the equation.

Intelligent Tracking Prevention

Apple has built a technology that reduces the quantity of data advertisers can harvest from your online life. It is called Intelligent Tracking Prevention and The Information tells us that since the technology debuted in 2017:

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Apple is forcing the ads industry to change

Credit to Author: Jonny Evans| Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2019 07:44:00 -0800

Advertising has become too personal.

Modern systems learn too much about your personal life, tastes and aspirations, and while this is manna from heaven for advertisers, it’s an invasion of privacy for the many. And Apple is changing the equation.

Intelligent Tracking Prevention

Apple has built a technology that reduces the quantity of data advertisers can harvest from your online life. It is called Intelligent Tracking Prevention and The Information tells us that since the tech debuted in 2017:

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The future of manufacturing: How Schneider and Microsoft are partnering to address the opportunities and challenges of artificial intelligence

Credit to Author: Alain Dedieu| Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2019 06:00:55 +0000

Co-authored with Jeff Bullwinkel, Associate General Counsel and Director of Corporate, External and Legal Affairs for Microsoft Europe   History teaches us that when you’re in the middle of sweeping… Read more »

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5 big buts about the Pixel 4 phone

Credit to Author: JR Raphael| Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2019 04:00:00 -0700

Look, I’ll just come out and say it: I’m a big believer in buts.

Now, hang on a sec: You haven’t accidentally stumbled onto the world’s last remaining Sir Mix-a-Lot fan site. (If only!) No, the buts of which I speak at this particular moment are the single “t” variety — as in, the contradictory kinds of statements that are so frequently missing when we talk about technology.

You know what I’m talking about, right? Here in these tribal times of 2019, it’s all too easy to fall into a pattern of seeing a certain sort of product or type of device as being either “awesome” or “inferior,” with little gray space in between those extremes. You’ve used this kind of smartphone for years now, damn it, so it has to be the best! And that other company’s devices are, like, obviously awful. They’re from the competing team! They could never be worth your while.

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