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Cory Gunther
May 4, 2021
General Motors isn't having the best of luck with its Chevrolet Bolt EV, thanks to a recall last year due to battery fires. However, the company recently announced its plans to install a final software update to stop the threat.
Suzanne Humphries
May 4, 2021
The latest update to Sony's PlayStation App is a major one, allowing users to manage and delete games and other files on their PS5 directly from the app. The version 21.4 release adds several other great features, as well.
Cory Gunther
May 4, 2021
This week the National Football League confirmed that starting in the 2022-2023 season Thursday Night Football will air exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, a year earlier than expected. We knew this was coming and didn't expect it until 2023, but Fox canceled its contract a year early.
Suzanne Humphries
May 4, 2021
A quality backpack is a must-have whether you're a student, a commuter, or a traveler. You need something reliable with good organization, and bonus points if it's stylish. However, with an anti-theft backpack, you can keep your gear safe, too.
Andrew Heinzman
May 3, 2021
On May 1st, Microsoft shared an upcoming version of its Edge browser with testers in the Dev Channel. Though it doesn't have an official release date, Microsoft Edge version 92 contains several new features, including a native Office Viewer, Windows Search integration, and a tool that lets you send tabs between your PC and Android phone.
Ben Schneider
April 29, 2021
MIT Technology Review
There is nothing more important for artificial intelligence initiatives than acquiring contextually labeled, high-quality training data and developing a reliable data pipeline. Here's how to get there.
Global Market Insights Inc.
April 29, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- According to latest report "Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Market by Type (Integrated Access/Session Initiation Protocol Trunking, Managed...
February 26, 2021
Data, numbers, algorithms are supposed to be neutral ... right? Computer scientist Joy Buolamwini discusses the way biased algorithms can lead to real-world inequality.
Avery Hartmans
February 15, 2021
Business Insider
The ongoing computer chip shortage is impacting the automotive industry, the consumer electronics industry, and everything in between.
Connie Chen
January 14, 2021
Business Insider
Through Coursera, UPenn's online computer science master's degree is accepting applications for Fall 2021. Here's how much tuition costs and the deadlines to apply.
Erica Klarreich
November 15, 2020
For years, a master tool called indistinguishability obfuscation seemed too good to be true. Three researchers have figured out that it can work.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline
April 17, 2020
Mail Online
Known as Folding@Home, the technology uses thousands of computers around the world to work through large sets of numbers and complicated problems.
BBC News
March 2, 2020
BBC News
A new tiny computer injected into the body could help millions of people suffering from heart failure.
Natasha Singer
December 13, 2019
Companies are figuring out how to deal with a new law that gives individuals the right to see, delete and stop the sale of the personal information about them.
Allana Akhtar
November 11, 2019
Business Insider
Bankrate determined the 25 industries that lost the most US jobs as a result of the trade war using data from the Economic Policy Institute.
Steven Musil
September 16, 2019
Free software advocate suggested in an email thread that some of the convicted pedophile's underage victims were "entirely willing."
Catherine Shu
September 17, 2019
Computer scientist and open software advocate Richard Stallman said he has resigned from his position as a visiting scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) after describing a victim of sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein as "entirely willing" in emails sent to a department list. Stallman has also stepped down from his roles [...]
BBC News
July 15, 2019
BBC News
Fernando Corbato also pioneered work on ways for lots of people to use the same computer simultaneously.
Lucas Matney
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While there have been a few massive surveillance startups in China that have raised funds on the back of computer vision advances, there's seemed to be less fervor outside of that market. Tel Aviv-based AnyVision is aiming to leverage its computer vision chops in tracking people and objects t...
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