IBM recently pitted its Artificial Intelligence powered Public Debater against debaters. The debates generated a lot of interest and debate.
In the past one year or so, there has been a considerable debate on
whether AI will rob jobs. Even as there seems Continue reading “19 things that tell you everything you must know about IBM’s Public Debater”
A lot of people at various job levels are asking: will robots take my job?
Robots, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation are terms often used interchangeably. All around, we see machines slowly taking up relatively complex and sophisticated jobs. Naturally that worries people.
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Robocalls and Adrian Abramovich were in the news recently, for all the wrong reasons.
What are robocalls?
Robocalls are pre-recorded calls made by an automated system to people, who likely never solicited these calls.
Typically used during political campaigns, robocalls have recently garnered a lot of criticism and irritation – and possibly hatred –
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TripAdvisor fake reviews is a reality that it is fighting – yet again. Only this time it’s different. Earlier TripAdvisor.com was battling fake reviews that were presented as genuine.
This time around,
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The use of technology in fashion industry is something that hasn’t been discussed as excitedly as, say, tourism or online retail. That’s because like medicine, diagnosis and surgery, the fashion industry’s offerings are highly personalized and
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Starting 24 April, under Amazon In-Car delivery service, Amazon Prime customers can get their orders delivered inside their parked car, a service currently offered to certain
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Ever wondered what is Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal all about? Do you want to know everything about the Cambridge Analytica Facebook data breach?
As we enter the age when GDPR is going to keep intruding companies in check, this case of data privacy breach is surely something you’d want to learn about.
How about an infographic that summarizes everything?
Facebook Cambridge Analytica Infographic
The infographic below will explain the Facebook Cambridge Analytica case personal data breach.
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We’ve put together 5 top questions asked during the Mark Zuckerberg Senate hearing and explain the significance of each question or remark by the officials.
The questions asked and the answers given by Mark Zuckerberg during his hearing by the US Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees
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Following the data privacy breaches resulting from the Cambridge Analytica incident, Mark Zuckerberg, founder-CEO Facebook, was questioned by the elected officials of the Federal government. As Zuckerberg braved 10 hours of questioning over two days, a large number things emerged.
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Lately there have been lots of discussions on forced technology transfer and the Made in China 2025 policy. Experts have been battling over whether China is using any arm-twisting techniques China to protect and promote its domestic businesses, with little or no respect to the WTO
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