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Friday August 12, 2022. 11:29 PM
I spoke with Pranay Agrawal, CEO and Co-Founder at Fractal Analytics, about what’s driving the AI sector, and how companies can best strategize to maximize their AI deployment. Among the topics we discussed: It seems like many companies seek to get on board with AI, but...
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The US Federal Election Commission approved a Google plan to let campaign emails bypass Gmail spam filters. From a report: The FEC's advisory opinion adopted in a 4-1 vote said Gmail's pilot program is permissible under the Federal Election Campaign Act and FEC regulations...
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Watch this video, featuring an adorable 'parrot daddy' and his six blue and gold macaws. Johan Devenier, who lives in South Africa, hatched and raise the six macaws, who are now like his babies. In the video, you can see Johan giving them baths, kissing them goodnight,...
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Company insists it's doing so 'to honor people’s App Tracking Transparency (ATT) choices' Meta's Instagram and Facebook apps on iOS devices have been injecting JavaScript code into third-party websites from their custom in-app browser, gaining access to data that would be...
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With around a million people using American Sign Language in the U.S. these days, there's a chance you'll encounter someone who uses this way of communication, even if you don't personally know anyone who is deaf or hard of hearing. — Read the rest
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Check out this HILARIOUS 'political ad' by a man who calls himself 'Dixon Butts,' from Gilbert, Arizona (a suburb of Phoenix). In the ad, Dixon Butts, wearing a black cowboy hat, a blue cowboy shirt, and blue jeans, stands next to a sign that has an American flag flying next ...
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Check out this new app, SetJetters, that lets you visit the locations where your favorite movies were filmed! Here's the description of the app on the SetJetters website:  SetJetters is the app that puts film locations in the palm of your hand. — Read the rest
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The Mount Sinai Health System began an effort this week to build a vast database of patient genetic information that can be studied by researchers -- and by a large pharmaceutical company. From a report: The goal is to search for treatments for illnesses ranging from...
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The popular video meeting app makes it easy to keep the software up to date—but it also introduced vulnerabilities.
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In this fantastic 2013 Esquire article by Anthony Boudain on what he brings and does when he travels, he included a tip for finding the best places to eat in a new city: [P]rovoke nerd fury online. Go to a number of foodie websites with discussion boards. — Read the rest
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From a report, shared by a reader: Through the winter mist of the hills of the Terai, in lowland Nepal, 18-year-old Hima Kusunda emerges from the school's boarding house, snug in a pink hooded sweatshirt. Hima is one of the last remaining Kusunda, a tiny indigenous group now ...
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Don't feed the trolls? Users deem policy an attack on conservatives, dystopian, and election manipulation Twitter has announced its plans to fight misinformation during the 2022 US midterm elections, including activating its Civic Integrity Policy (CIP).…
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Fashion Police chipping in on the bounty related to costliest strain of ransomware on record The US government is putting a face on a claimed member of the infamous Conti ransomware group as part of a $10 million reward for information about five of the gang's crew.…
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Software sold by market leaders tend to be primary purchases for regular consumers. Brand comfort is important but so too is affordability, especially when pirate copies are available for free. Some find a middle ground with purchases of discounted activation keys but, as a...
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The discovery could help scientists further understand the origins of life Moon meteorites found on Earth contain trace gasses that lend further support to the widely held belief that our largest natural satellite formed from chunks of our planet that were ejected in a...
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Australia's consumer watchdog agency said Friday that Google has been ordered to pay AU$60 million, nearly $43 million, by the Federal Court over the collection of location data on Android phones. From a report: The fine stems from legal action the Australian Competition &...
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In the third installment of his fascinating four-part essay about depersonalization, the strangeness of the self, and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, Mark Dery describes his lifelong angst and his research into taking magic mushrooms to treat it. It's an enlightening,...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: Physical labour is exhausting. A long run or a hard day's sweat depletes the body's energy stores, resulting in a sense of fatigue. Mental labour can also be exhausting. Even resisting that last glistening chocolate-chip cookie after a...
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Another $13.7m handed out to researchers, but then again it does have an awful lot of attack surfaces Microsoft appears to have beat Google on the bug bounty front, with $13.7 million in rewards spread out over 335 researchers.…
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FBI agents reportedly searched Mar-a-Lago for “nuclear documents.” That can fall into one of these four categories.
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