• April 16, 2024

California Mulls Stringent Guidelines For Data Breach

Several officials from California have requested legislation. According to the proposed legislation, they want to set tight guidelines in situations when companies would have to inform their customers regarding a breach in data. This bill would put a pressure on companies to inform them as soon as their relevant personal data such as passport card,…

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By 2030, Amazon Will Make Half Of Its Shipments To Be Carbon Neutral

Amazon recently stated that the company wants to be greener. Every year Amazon ships millions of packages to its customers. On Monday, the company has announced that by 2030, it will make half of its overall shipments carbon neutral. To accomplish its goal, the company will rely more on renewable energy like solar power. The…

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The Annual Online Survey For Physicians Begins

An online survey, US News Physician Survey, has begun which would ask for the opinions of experts on the high quality of service and referral care provided by hospitals. Invitations were sent to randomly selected 10% physicians who have been using Doximity. Several other Doximity users have not received mails yet but will get them…

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AI In Healthcare Becomes A Reality, Says Amazon Exec

Amazon may not have been quite vocal about its healthcare plans, but recently a senior leader shed light on the core areas of the business giant’s focus. While the senior leader Taha KassHout, did not divulge any secrets but maintained that Amazon saw massive opportunity in development of health care AI tools. He stated that…

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Hackers Eye Stealing Payment Data—Report

Research has shown that there are several websites that are being targeted by hackers who implant codes to get numbers of payment cards. Symantec, a giant security firm got hold of above 4800 such websites which were being attacked by these potential hackers almost every month. Airline BA and Ticketmaster are renamed firms who have…

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Google Acknowledges Not Disclosing Its Home Alarm Contained Microphone

Google has confessed that they committed a mistake in keeping it a secret that their products of home alarms consisted of a microphone. Available since 2017, product details of Nest Guard had never said of any listening device at all. During the beginning of February 2019, Google said that a certain software update would come…

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Elon Musk’s AI Company Has Developed A Fake News Generator

Elon Musk’s company has created an Artificial Intelligence system that can make considerable fake news. According to new OpenAI blog, the model, GPT-2, is trained to forecast the next word in 40GB of Internet text. The blog further reads that due to the worries about malicious applications, the company is not revealing its model publicly…

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Education Department In China Checks Online Device Usage Of Students

The Department of Education in China’s Zhejiang has banned teachers from using WeChat. Mobile apps are used to assign homework to children. With the internet boom, phones are used by teachers in China to give homework and notices to students and their parents. Of late, teachers are using WeChat to provide assignments to students. Assignments…

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Researchers Build Flexible, Smart Window That Can Ensnare Air Pollutants

Flexible smart windows have been developed by the researchers that can ensnare air pollutants and maintain the indoor atmosphere free of destructive particulate matter. Adjusting the intensity of light and decreasing the atmospheric particulate matter’s concentration in commercial structures are both vital to keep indoor public healthy and comfortable. Smart windows constructed on the transparent…

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Research Suggest Link Between Diabetes, Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s and Diabetes are two diseases with apparently no link with each other. However, patients suffering from Type 2 diabetes have higher chances of getting Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers have not yet found the link between the two. Mice were taken as possible experimental objects to carry out the study. Researchers tried to study the effect…

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Nissan Offers EV Batteries One More Chance By Using Them To Power Trailers

Once the batteries in electric vehicles are worn down further than the point of being helpful to the vehicle, something needs to be done. Nissan has a new solution that will assist expand the battery life by repurposing it into a fuel source for camping Opus’ trailers. The battery recycling solution by Nissan is made…

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Niantic Is Changing Pokémon Go To Settle A Court Case With Angry Users

Niantic, the Pokémon Go developer, has agreed to settle a court case with users who had PokéStops placed near their homes, and it is making some minor game modifications as fraction of the agreement. The settlement was presented in court filings last week, and it is still awaiting approval of a judge. It will not…

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