By decentralizing the real estate industry, blockchain can make this profitable market available to a larger audience.
AI isn’t about replacing humans. It’s about complementing them. That’s why it should be called augmented intelligence.
Executives, developers and pretty much everyone else can take away important lessons from Uber’s recent hack
Dojo’s smart firewall uses a multitude of techniques to fend off cyberattacks against your home
Your Android phone contains a lot of sensitive data. Here’s how not to lose it.
Blockchain’s business model replaces hostile competition with mutually beneficial cooperation.
Over the years, the internet has become the dominion of a few powerful companies, to the detriment of all.
Face recognition is more convenient than other forms of authentication—but not necessarily more secure
AI won’t be replacing musicians and artists, but it’s leaving its mark in the domain.
When hackers compromise your software distribution pipeline, more than security, you lose the trust and confidence of your customers.
IoT is an often-confused term. Here’s what it means now and in the future.
Augmented reality is becoming the new competition ground for major tech companies. All of the five big players, Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, are making big investments in AR […]
The Equifax data breach should serve as a wake up call for all users to take ownership and responsibility of protecting their data
Happy birthday TechTalks! Looking forward to an exciting year three!
The fate of Juicero highlights the challenges that smart home appliances startups and their customers face.
This article is part of Demystifying AI, a series of posts that (try) to disambiguate the jargon and myths surrounding AI. I was nine years old when I had my […]