IBM has successfully built an AI algorithm that can go against humans in a debate. IBM Project Debater was impressive in its first public debate and showed how it could respond and formulate a position during unscripted interactions ultimately driving progress in natural language processing.
In May HTC announced plans for a blockchain-focused mobile device and now development is far enough along to say that its Exodus will arrive in Q3 of this year. A website is active and taking signups for more information, promising "the first cold wa…
We’ve all heard about the benefits of smart contract technology — a trustless tool to boot out the middleman when exchanging money, assets, or anything of value. As revolutionary as blockchain’s latest buzzword may be, smart contract bugs are causing untold chaos.
Two of the biggest e-commerce days in the world are Amazon’s Prime day (July 16) and Alibaba’s Single’s Day (November 11). At first glance, these two holidays seem similar but the differences tell us a lot about the two companies and their strategies for consumer engagement.
Trade secret theft allegations are serious enough in the corporate world, but they're particularly grave when they involve military projects. And one contractor is learning that the hard way. A Connecticut federal court has found electrical enginee…
How Laundry Is Reducing America’s Carbon Footprint
High-efficiency machines are changing how we think about washing and drying clothes.
July 10, 2018 at 10:45PM
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Many tech companies have to write code to adapt to China's strict rules, including its denial of Taiwan's independent status. However, Apple's approach to it may have been… slightly buggy. Security researcher Patrick Wardle has reported that iOS…
By ADAM SATARIANO and SHEERA FRENKEL
The Information Commissioner’s Office said it was fining Facebook 500,000 pounds — the maximum allowed — for letting Cambridge Analytica harvest users’ information without their consent.
Published: July 9, 2018 at 07:00PM