Why Verizon’s 5G Home may have killed the need for net neutrality rules

With a monopoly on wired broadband home internet there may be a solid case for net neutrality regulations, but 5G networks are poised to disrupt the whole equation.

How do you authenticate and connect billions of IoT devices?

Alex Momot, Founder and CEO of REMME, shares insights on the opportunities and challenges of IoT and which direction the industry should take.

Ruiz: Democratizing artificial intelligence and deep learning

AI will transform our world and the businesses leading the future, but only if it is easily accessible to everyone

Kaufmann: Cracking the brain code and creating true AI

Kaufmann, cofounder of Starmind, talks about the current progress of artificial intelligence, how the human brain works and what it takes to create human-grade AI.

The case for cryptocurrency payments in social media

Social media companies are showing an increasing interest on providing cryptocurrency payments to their users. Against the norm in the cryptocurrency world, there's a real use case here.

Welcome to TechTalks 3.0

Hi everyone. I'm happy to announce that today, TechTalks turns three! Happy birthday TechTalks! The third year of our blog was...

Designing for the aging population

As the world's population ages, how can we make sure older people can continue to use our tech products, websites, software and online services?

Why Virtual/Augmented Reality hasn’t taken off yet

While Google Glass was not precisely virtual or augmented reality, the reasons behind its spectacular failure may have been similar to what is holding back extended reality today.

The fundamental problem with smart speakers and voice-based AI assistants

Powered by narrow artificial intelligence, smart speakers and voice assistants have distinct limits and challenges.

The complex world of whistleblowers in tech

When the term "whistleblower" comes to mind, one is reminded of government and shadow agency problems brought to light. But there's another aspect to the concept that involves the ousting of damaging, relevant information related to large corporations or individuals in the business world.

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Designing for the aging population

As the world's population ages, how can we make sure older people can continue to use our tech products, websites, software and online services?

How to check the privacy and security of your Google Chrome...

There are tens of thousands of Chrome extensions for virtually every need. How do you make sure they're safe and your privacy and security don't get compromised?

How to protect against ransomware

How to protect against ransomware: a detailed 5-level plan to prepare for the worst case scenario.