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Deep learning is not likely to disappear, nor should it. But it's time for a critical reflection on what it has and has not been able to achieve.
Supply chains are fundamental to the industry but their current inefficiencies make them ripe for disruption. Here's is one of the areas that blockchain technology can help.
This week, ProtonMail made headlines for being targeted by a massive DDoS attack after having caved-in to $6,000 ransom demand made by the group that was behind the attack. The two-stage attack, which eventually took...
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The law has always been lagging behind Technology and Uber's driverless car crash is no exception.
AI assistants are having a hard time gaining mass adoption on smartphones and computers. But on augmented reality headsets, they will become one of the main ways we interact with applications and our environment.
A relatively wide adoption and use of blockchain showed us the shortcomings of the current state of the technology. Blockchain 3.0 may be the solution we've been waiting for.
Several major classes of technology stand a good chance of changing health care as we know it. Home health care, in particular, could see tremendous benefits from digital breakthroughs like the Internet of Things, more advanced medical-minded wearables, blockchain and artificial intelligence.
As we continue to chase the dream of fully autonomous vehicles, the technology we develop can solve smaller yet no less important problems, such as automating the operation of forklifts in industrial settings.