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This year was a big one for artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning and all the related technologies. Thanks to innovations and breakthroughs, the industry took great leaps both for the better and the worse...
The complexity of the cybersecurity landscape is simultaneously increasing in different directions. On the one hand, the volume and sensitivity of data being stored and used by firms is growing, which means IT security experts...
Cyber-threats and data breaches are growing in number and severity, botnets are enlisting new conscripts at a chaotic pace, cryptoransomware attacks are raking in millions for malicious hackers… and we are hard-pressed and ill-prepared to...
No doubt that in terms of graphics quality and fidelity Nvidia is on the right track with its new Turing architecture and GeForce RTX 20 line. But when it comes to video cards aimed at gamers, there might be a catch.
How will the future of IoT affect cybersecurity? F-Secure's Mikko Hypponen explains at the TNW Conference.
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From controlling chronic diseases to taking care of the elderly, artificial intelligence has made many inroads in the health care sector. Here are some of the latest trends.
Will we manage to regulate data ownership before digital dictatorships emerge? The future of life itself might depend on it.
IoT can be crucial in making smart cities the green cities of tomorrow.
We still need people who try to invent the impossible, whether it’s artificial general intelligence, fully autonomous vehicles or cashier-less stores.
Human failure is the single biggest contributing factor to security incidents, hacks and data breaches. Social engineers, cybercriminals that invest in human errors rather than technical vulnerabilities, are always on the lookout for exclusive opportunities...