The Roomba is generally regarded as a cute little robot friend that no one but dogs would consider to be a potential menace. But for the last couple of years, the robovacs have been quietly mapping homes to maximize efficiency. Now, the device's…
Martin BryantBecause apparently it's no longer enough to make a neat little robo-vacuum. Everything needs to be a data collection device. *sigh* It might be better at its job that way, but does the data need to be sold on? Apple's on-device AI is more comforting.
Over the next few years, artificial intelligence is going to change the way we all gather information, make decisions and connect with stakeholders. Already, leaders are starting to use artificial intelligence to automate mundane tasks such as…
Martin Bryant'Although many strategic leaders tout their keen intuition, hard work, and years of industry experience, much of this intuition is simply a deeper understanding of data that was historically difficult to gather and expensive to process.'
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Mark Zuckerberg's travels throughout the United States to fulfill his 2017 “personal challenge” to “learn about people's hopes and challenges” have seen him drive a tractor, meet with recovering heroin addicts, don a…
Martin BryantA reminder that you don't need to leave Silicon Valley to see poverty. In fact, it could be one of the most stark regions for income equality in the USA.
Facebook has acquired a startup to help it crack down on users who share pirated videos and other content without permission. Source3 builds technology to detect intellectual property that has been shared by internet users without permission.
Martin BryantFacebook wants to catch up with YouTube at being able to identify unauthorised uploads.
By Daniel Funke • July 24, 2017 It seems that the ongoing legal battle between Snopes and one of its former contractors is beginning to take a toll. The popular debunking site published a plea to its readers Monday requesting they donate…
Martin BryantA legal dispute over hosting and ad servers has put the legendary debunking site's future at risk. There are some (mainly people who peddle in lies) who would like to see the site shut down and will be cheering this on. You can donate to help save Snopes.