AI's capabilities go way beyond autonomous vehicles when it comes to transportation.
As the saying goes, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” And this proverb exactly describes the situation with passwords. I’ve already discussed the inherent problems with passwords in a previous blog post,...
With recent developments in machine learning, AI has gradually become ubiquitous in many fields. Here's how it affects the news media industry.
Augmented and virtual reality headsets still face many challenges. Eye tracking technology will be key to overcoming the hurdles of AR and VR gear.
Of course it is. With internet and mobile services accounting for a large part of our personal and corporate lives, hackers have a lot of means in their disposition to target us, harm us, steal...
5G networks will not be standardized until 2020, but many telecom companies are already getting ready and presenting improved network offerings similar to what 5G will offer. People are understandably excited about 5G, especially since it...
Will we manage to regulate data ownership before digital dictatorships emerge? The future of life itself might depend on it.
AI companies can't live up to their promises. That's why they hire humans to fill the gaps artificial intelligence leaves behind.
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.
The rise of IoT and the advent of Blockchain have rendered the classic cloud useless due to the vast amount of data and required computing power. Edge computing is the new kid on the block.