Thursday, October 22, 2020
Facial Recognition Privacy Regulation

Why facial recognition systems should be regulated

Chris Middleton reports on a complex debate as the US considers putting legal restrictions on facial recognition systems. Moves are afoot in the US to regulate facial recognition technology. This month, two...
face recognition technology concept illustration of big data and security in city

Ethical AI: Europe publishes new guidelines

Chris Middleton explains what Europe is doing to meet the ethical challenge posed by the rise of AI. What do organisations need to do to implement AI ethically – and just...

Brexit: Find out where your data lives

Regulation is core to our lives: some rail against it, while others see it as enabling trade on mutually agreed terms. For some, it’s red tape that stifles innovation, while others...

WordPress – the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

The formula is pretty simple, really. Take something that is widely popular but wildly complex, and make it simple. Really simple. You’ll have people eating out of your hands. That’s exactly...
Phishing

Phishing for the Big One

Phishing has usually been consigned to Nigerian princes and retirees who had no idea about technology. Those duped by these scams have traditionally been the laughing stock of the tech world,...
Viruses

World War Z – Zero-day Viruses and New Risks

In most epidemic films, virus hunters are looking for the infamous ‘Patient Zero’ - the first patient to have contracted the virus, and who then played host for the massive spread...

APPLICATIONS

New Google Photos Feature: Themed Movies

For a good amount of time now, Google Photos has been a major player in the photo sharing and storage service. On both Android...

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