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X plans to collect biometric data, job and school history

Its unclear how X will collect the biometric data or how it may be used. X, the social network that used to be known as Twitter, updated its privacy policy to include a new kind of user data it plans to collect: biometric. X, the social network th ...

Do rebrands work An expert answers the burning questions on Musks Twitter pivot

To non-moguls, Elon Musks (perhaps temporary) rebrand of Twitter to X may seem high risk, amateurish, or even capricious. But it is likely doing exactly what he intended: generating enormous global interest. To non-moguls, Elon Musks (perhaps temp ...

Microsoft CEO says AI is a tidal wave as big as the internet

In 1995, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates sent a memo calling the internet a tidal wave that would be crucial to every part of the companys business. Nearly two decades later, Microsoft’s current leader, Satya Nadella, said he believes the impact ...

For the marginalised, biased AI algorithms can damage almost every part of life

AI data is polluted by a set of myths from the age of enlightenment, including biases that lead to discrimination based on gender and sexual identity. • Bad data does not only produce bad outcomes. It can also help to suppress sections of society ...

To steal todays computerized cars, thieves go high-tech

These days, cars are computer centres on wheels. Today`s vehicles can contain over 100 computers and millions of lines of software code. These computers are all networked together and can operate all aspects of your vehicle. It`s not surprising, th ...

Used Correctly, Generative AI is a Boon for Cybersecurity

A Black Hat 2023 panel discussed the ramifications of generative AI, and included the former Cyber Czar for the Obama administration. Securing AI was also a key theme during a panel at Black Hat a day earlier: Cybersecurity in the Age of AI, hosted ...