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mercredi 8 février 2023, 13:39
GDPR rejig and Online Safety Bill concerns, semiconductor strategy basically sorted then. Right? Right? UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has used a reshuffle of his cabinet of ministers to also usher into existence a dedicated department to focus on science and technology...
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Facebook parent could then offer that data to other advertising clients, complaint alleges Patients of Cedars-Sinai did not want third parties to target them with advertising that may be related to their medical conditions, a would-be class action lawsuit against the Los...
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Meanwhile, Euro supercomputer project makes a call for developing an HPC ecosystem based on the architecture Analysis The RISC-V architecture looks set to become more prevalent in the high performance computing (HPC) sector, and could even become the dominant architecture,...
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As Google and Microsoft make us all AI consumers, remember that to err is human, but to really mess things up at scale takes a computer Opinion There is an old saying: when giants fight, it is the grass that suffers. For us little people watching, there is little to do but...
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Just because you can doesn’t mean you should Video Stripping down operating systems to run on old, forgotten, or low-end hardware is nothing new, and has spawned a whole community of Linux aficionados. But what about full-fat Windows 11?…
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Suomi sentence expected for shrink records theft French police have arrested a 25-year-old Finnish man accused of hacking a psychotherapy clinic, stealing more than 22,000 patients' therapy notes, demanding ransom payments from them and also leaking this very private info on ...
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So much for the workers' paradise: Big Tech gives its discards months of severance pay Adding insult to injury, staff laid off by Chinese memory-maker Yangtze Memory Technologies Corp (YTMC) not only lost their jobs, but were evicted from their company-subsidized apartments...
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Technical paper says blockchain probably isn't up to the job The Bank of England and HM Treasury have declared the UK will probably need a digital version of the pound at some point, and commenced a consultation process to advance plans for the currency so the nation is...
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Modems and pagers soon to beep their last, ATM switches on the outer too China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology tolled the bell on Monday for network access reforms that will mean the end for some well-loved but arguably obsolete communications...
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At least those who live in Phoenix and Atlanta Google is more likely to push ads for fake abortion clinics toward lower-income women in two major US cities in states that ban the procedure after six weeks, such as in the contested case in Georgia, and 15 weeks for Arizona,...
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CEO admits hyper-growth during pandemic was careless Video chat outfit Zoom has 'made the tough but necessary decision to reduce our team by approximately 15 percent and say goodbye to around 1,300 hardworking, talented colleagues' – and communicated it in an email.…
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Meta said it plans to close deal soon The Federal Trade Commission will not appeal a court decision approving Meta's acquisition of virtual reality fitness biz Within, paving the way for the deal to finally close.…
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Maker of voice changing software says it has removed GPLv3 code 'to alleviate any doubt' Voice.ai, maker of a voice-changing SDK and similar apps on several platforms, proclaims its commitment to ethics on its website.…
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Redmond thinks OpenAI can be secret sauce to beat Google Microsoft has announced new AI chatbot-powered search features supporting its search engine Bing and the browser Edge on Tuesday, promising to revamp the way netizens surf information on the internet. …
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mardi 7 février 2023, 23:30
First Bitcoin, next bit barns? Unlikely In a letter to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Monday a small group of Democrats called on the agency to enact policies designed to force US crypto-mining operations to report their annual energy consumption.…
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When grep isn't good enough, try Blackbird GitHub has a lot of code to search – more than 200 million repositories – and says last November's beta version of a search engine optimized for source code that has caused a 'flurry of innovation.'…
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NOTAM chance in hell this stuff is getting sorted soon despite outage The aging computer system that was behind the grounding of flights across the US last month will need until 2030 to be fully upgraded, the Federal Aviation Administration said, leaving US government...
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Great: Fewer paywalls. Not great: Long-term funding is still a question Academic publisher the MIT Press has announced a new initiative to move from subscription-funded journals to open-access papers that are free of charge.…
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You're a high-risk worker who wants access to that file? Computer says no Microsoft is adding a machine learning-based technology to its Purview data governance tool, hoping to appeal to customers who are worried about insider security risks.…
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The big get bigger Enterprise spending on cloud infrastructure services slowed in the fourth quarter of 2022, but that didn't stop the big three platforms from taking two-thirds of the entire market.…
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