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Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

Google Develop AI for Detecting Abnormal Chest X-Rays Using Deep Learning

"On friday we talked about a nature publication by google. Ai scientists that showed how a deep learning system could detect abnormal chest xrays rays with an accuracy. Rivaling that of professional radiologists. The system only detects whether a chess scan is normal or not and is not trained to detect specific conditions. The goal here is to increase productivity and efficiency of radiologists clinical process. Let's examine some a i x ray. Science first of all how to rays work xrays are a type of radiation energy. Wave that can go through. Relatively thick objects without being absorbed or scattered very much. X rays have shorter wavelengths than visible light which makes them invisible to the human eye for medical applications of vacuum x. Ray tube accelerates electrons to collide with a metal and owed and creates rays these rays are then directed towards the intended target like a broken arm for example and then picked up by digital detectors called image plates on the other side differ body tissues absorb x rays differently so the high amount of calcium in bones for example makes them especially efficient at x ray. Absorption and this highly visible on the image detector soft tissues like lungs are slightly lighter but also visible making x ray and efficient method to diagnose pneumonia or pleural a fusion Which is fluid in the lungs. For example according to this latest nature publication approximately eight hundred and thirty seven million chest. Xrays are obtained yearly worldwide. That is a lot of pictures for radiologists to look at and can lead to longer wait times and diagnosis delays. And of course. This is why there's interest in developing ai. Tools to streamline the process many algorithms have already been developed but are rather aimed at detecting specific problems on an x ray. The google ai. Scientists however developed a deep learning system capable of sorting chest xrays into either normal or abnormal data intending. To lighten the case load on radiologists

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The Subscription-Less Version of Office 2021 Launches Oct. 5

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00:16 sec | 1 year ago

The Subscription-Less Version of Office 2021 Launches Oct. 5

"It will release the perpetual version of microsoft office. Two thousand twenty one on october fifth for general consumers available for enterprise right now. That's the version that doesn't feature updates or cloud services but doesn't require a subscription. You pay for it once. You can keep using it long as you want.

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GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

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00:24 sec | 1 year ago

GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

"Launched the hero ten black action camera able to shoot up to five point three k at sixty frames per second as well as four k. Up to one hundred twenty frames per second and super slow mo two hundred forty frames per second at two point. Seven k with a fifty dollar a year ago pro subscription users can upload videos directly from the camera to the cloud while charging the hero ten blackhawks four hundred ninety nine dollars or three hundred ninety nine dollars with a go pro

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Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

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00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Ireland Investigates TikTok Over Child, China Data Concerns

"Ireland's data protection commission open to investigations into tick-tock. The first covers how the platform handles. Children's data and gdp compliance generally while the second will at if tic tac is in compliance with personal data transfer regulations to third countries. Specifically china

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Zoom Is Adding Live Translation Services and Coming to Facebook VR

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Zoom Is Adding Live Translation Services and Coming to Facebook VR

"At its annual zootopia conference zoom announced a number of new features including the expansion of real time transcription free accounts in english with the company. Planning to add support for thirty languages by the end of the year. Zoom plans to add real time translation across as many as twelve languages by the end of next year for paid accounts soon is also launching a betas zoom whiteboard later this year in order to make whiteboards available outside of meetings and also next year zoom becoming to facebook shared vr meeting. Space horizon workrooms

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iPhone Camera Can Be Damaged by Motorcycle Vibrations, Apple Says

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00:21 sec | 1 year ago

iPhone Camera Can Be Damaged by Motorcycle Vibrations, Apple Says

"Apple warned that iphones can be damaged by long-term direct exposure to high amplitude vibrations within certain frequency ranges like those generated by high powered motorcycles. According to a new support document. These vibrations can damage the camera's optical image stabilization and closed loop autofocus apple recommends not attaching phones directly to a motorcycle. Chassis or handlebars.

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Epic Games v. Apple: Judge Reaches Decision

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00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Epic Games v. Apple: Judge Reaches Decision

"Yvonne gonzalez. Rogers ruled that epic breached. Its contract with apple when implemented its own alternative payment system in fort night saying the company could not be found to be a monopolist or engaging anticompetitive conduct epic is appealing that decision however in a separate ruling judge rogers issued a permanent injunction against apple saying that. Ios apps must be allowed to direct users to payment options beyond those offered by apple this injunction goes into effect december. Ninth

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WhatsApp developing transcriptions to tame chaotic voice notes - The Verge

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00:16 sec | 1 year ago

WhatsApp developing transcriptions to tame chaotic voice notes - The Verge

"Site. What's at beta info found that. What's app is working on. A new transcribe feature for voice notes in its ios app users. Need to choose to transcribe each message and the app uses apple speech recognition services to do the transcription on device. No word on when this feature could be rolled out.

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Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Judge in Fortnite Case Loosens Apple’s Control Over App Store

"U s district court judge yvonne gonzalez rogers issued her decision in epic versus apple. The court found in favor of apple on all counts except with respect to a violation of california's unfair competition law. The court noted epoch breached his contract with apple by implementing an alternative payment system and is ordered to pay apple thirty percent of everything collected through the alternative system estimated to be around three point. Five million dollars. The judge also issued an order to apple that they are permanently restrained and enjoying from prohibiting developers from including in their apps and their metadata buttons external links or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms. The order does not take effect until december ninth and epic announced. It will appeal.

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DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue New York City Over Restaurant Fee Caps

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats Sue New York City Over Restaurant Fee Caps

"Uber. And grub hub filed a lawsuit against the city of new york. Federal court disputing. The law passed last month. Capping the amount of commission that food delivery apps khun charge restaurants. New york want to limit what the restaurants get charged by the deliver companies. The suit asks for an injunction against the law going into effect monetary damages and requests. A jury trial the firms alleged. The law constitutes government overreach forcing them to rewrite contracts with restaurants and raising fees for customers.

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Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support

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00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Microsoft Teams Is Getting Hybrid Meeting Features, Including CarPlay Support

"Announced several updates for teams including audio only support for apple. Carplay is also a cameo feature coming to powerpoint live to insert teams camera into a slide deck slide and ai powered speaker coach. Coming in twenty twenty two. That will offer speaking tips and automatic correction tools for video in the coming months. Teams will also add support for intelligent cameras from. Oem's like jabra neat polly and ye link able to track speakers during a

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Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

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00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Ethics Panels Reject and Delay Biometrics, AI Projects for Google, IBM, Microsoft

"With ai. Ethics chiefs at google microsoft and ibm published by reuters looks at what. Ai projects these companies reject in september. Twenty twenty google's cloud unit rejected a financial firm looking to us to determine credit worthiness and earlier this year. Google blocked features from analyzing emotions. Ibm turned down a client request for a more advanced facial recognition system microsoft place limits on software mimicking voices. All three companies said they welcomed clear regulation for

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VW Debuts the ID Buzz Autonomous Van

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

VW Debuts the ID Buzz Autonomous Van

"Volkswagen debuted its. Id buzz autonomous e van. The twenty twenty one. I a mobility event in munich. This features autonomous systems developed by argot. Ai vw plans to use. Id buzz as the platform for its full-scale commercial. Ride hailing and delivery operations plans launch germany. In twenty twenty-five

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All About Apple’s Upcoming Mixed Reality Headset

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00:15 sec | 1 year ago

All About Apple’s Upcoming Mixed Reality Headset

"Apple's upcoming mixed reality headset will require an iphone in wireless range to handle some apps and experiences. Apple reportedly completed work on the headsets. Soc last year which will include a cpu and gpu but lack neural engine found in other apple mobile devices.

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Apple Delays Plans for Client-Side CSAM Scanning

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00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Delays Plans for Client-Side CSAM Scanning

"Announced it will delay implementing its clients. I'd scanning for hashes of known cease and material when uploading photos to i cloud saying that based on feedback it will collect input and make improvements before releasing no word on when the feature will roll out now or any potential changes. The company may make to the system

Apple to Let Reader Apps Link to Sign up Websites

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Apple to Let Reader Apps Link to Sign up Websites

"Part of an agreement with japan fair trade commission apple announced it will let developers of reader apps like netflix spotify and kindle directly linked customers to a sign up website. The commission has been investigating apple since two thousand sixteen for suspected violations of the anti-monopoly act and this agreement will close that investigation in the press. Release apple appeared to clarify what constitutes reader app saying developers. Rear apps do not offer in-app digital goods and services for purchase

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Telegram Expands Live Streams to Handle Unlimited Viewers With 8.0 Update

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00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Telegram Expands Live Streams to Handle Unlimited Viewers With 8.0 Update

"Latest update to the messaging app telegram supports an unlimited number viewers for livestream content. Previously it was limited two thousand. So if you've ever hit that thousand and one person now you don't have a limit. The app also lets users remove captions and send her. Name's when forwarding a message earlier this week the analysts that sensor tara reported that telegram passed one billion global

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Apple Buys Classical Music Streaming Service Primephonic

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00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Apple Buys Classical Music Streaming Service Primephonic

"Apple acquired dutch classical music streaming service prime phonic in an undisclosed deal. The existing prime phonics service will shut down on september seventh and plans to relaunch with a new app with new features in twenty twenty two current subscribers. Get a six month free trial of apple music and have the ability to port over their existing playlists

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05:59 min | 2 years ago

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"And so everybody who's not doing this kind of esoteric stuff like we're all just going to you know, let's let's get a little bit more cut-and-dry because the new people who sign on aren't maybe like Scott and may looking for that Rando series that no one's ever heard of gas. Well, if you want some more details about this kind of a new thing for us to to hire folks to write for the site and give you a little more information go check it out Daily Tech news show. The information sources say that Foxconn has been telling Apple that it hired more workers for project than it actually has using Apple owned Factory equipment to make products for Rivals and corners on component and product testing some of the more than two dozen sources also say that Apple has increased monitoring a Foxconn employees and Equipment as a result of this the sources say that since I cooked took over at Apple, it's put pressure on Foxconn to reduce costs to Apple. This pressure on foxconn's margin is thought to be the reason for the corner cutting Foxconn is tried selling equipment for manufacturing and component testing to other manufacturers to a little success. Reportedly, it also developed its own polish for iPhone screens rather than buying it from a Japanese company and in a specific example of corner-cutting Foxconn allegedly decided not to disassemble rejected iPhone 7S but instead opened them removed the debris and then resealed them to avoid wasting materials a poem. Wasn't informed of this deviation from protocol. Yeah. This is a well-sourced thing. They've got a couple of dozen sources. It is the information. They have a fairly good track record and it does seem to imply that apple and not have have been a little bit at loggerheads at that relationship is on the Rocks Apple under Tim Cook who was their supply chain Master for many years before he came became CEO really pressing the margins which is Jacob in Foxconn, you know under that pressure to cut some corners and then when Apple finds out about it, they don't release the pressure. They just put in more Audits and and more checks and if you go further into practical seems like they may be diversifying their supply chain partly because it's just a good idea to diversify your supply chain as we've all recently learned but also because because of this issue and because if they go with a withdrawn or somebody else to make certain things they they may find it easier at least in the early going when they're trying to please apple back when I worked full-time for a company. We dealt with companies in China all the time and the margins are ridiculously thin just from the get-go even in a small company environment. It was always to the email to try to cut costs but also keep quality up and I think this just feels like that but writ large. Yeah, like it's it's a scalable problem where if you are constantly pushing for lower margins wage, you do get to a threshold where the factory maybe just has to cut corners and hope that no one knows I guess I guess what I'm saying is I'm I'm not super surprised by this but it also represents a lot of time a iPhone 7S has that's an old phone at this point.

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05:59 min | 2 years ago

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"And so everybody who's not doing this kind of esoteric stuff like we're all just going to you know, let's let's get a little bit more cut-and-dry because the new people who sign on aren't maybe like Scott and may looking for that Rando series that no one's ever heard of gas. Well, if you want some more details about this kind of a new thing for us to to hire folks to write for the site and give you a little more information go check it out Daily Tech news show. The information sources say that Foxconn has been telling Apple that it hired more workers for project than it actually has using Apple owned Factory equipment to make products for Rivals and corners on component and product testing some of the more than two dozen sources also say that Apple has increased monitoring a Foxconn employees and Equipment as a result of this the sources say that since I cooked took over at Apple, it's put pressure on Foxconn to reduce costs to Apple. This pressure on foxconn's margin is thought to be the reason for the corner cutting Foxconn is tried selling equipment for manufacturing and component testing to other manufacturers to a little success. Reportedly, it also developed its own polish for iPhone screens rather than buying it from a Japanese company and in a specific example of corner-cutting Foxconn allegedly decided not to disassemble rejected iPhone 7S but instead opened them removed the debris and then resealed them to avoid wasting materials a poem. Wasn't informed of this deviation from protocol. Yeah. This is a well-sourced thing. They've got a couple of dozen sources. It is the information. They have a fairly good track record and it does seem to imply that apple and not have have been a little bit at loggerheads at that relationship is on the Rocks Apple under Tim Cook who was their supply chain Master for many years before he came became CEO really pressing the margins which is Jacob in Foxconn, you know under that pressure to cut some corners and then when Apple finds out about it, they don't release the pressure. They just put in more Audits and and more checks and if you go further into practical seems like they may be diversifying their supply chain partly because it's just a good idea to diversify your supply chain as we've all recently learned but also because because of this issue and because if they go with a withdrawn or somebody else to make certain things they they may find it easier at least in the early going when they're trying to please apple back when I worked full-time for a company. We dealt with companies in China all the time and the margins are ridiculously thin just from the get-go even in a small company environment. It was always to the email to try to cut costs but also keep quality up and I think this just feels like that but writ large. Yeah, like it's it's a scalable problem where if you are constantly pushing for lower margins wage, you do get to a threshold where the factory maybe just has to cut corners and hope that no one knows I guess I guess what I'm saying is I'm I'm not super surprised by this but it also represents a lot of time a iPhone 7S has that's an old phone at this point.

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05:59 min | 2 years ago

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"And so everybody who's not doing this kind of esoteric stuff like we're all just going to you know, let's let's get a little bit more cut-and-dry because the new people who sign on aren't maybe like Scott and may looking for that Rando series that no one's ever heard of gas. Well, if you want some more details about this kind of a new thing for us to to hire folks to write for the site and give you a little more information go check it out Daily Tech news show. The information sources say that Foxconn has been telling Apple that it hired more workers for project than it actually has using Apple owned Factory equipment to make products for Rivals and corners on component and product testing some of the more than two dozen sources also say that Apple has increased monitoring a Foxconn employees and Equipment as a result of this the sources say that since I cooked took over at Apple, it's put pressure on Foxconn to reduce costs to Apple. This pressure on foxconn's margin is thought to be the reason for the corner cutting Foxconn is tried selling equipment for manufacturing and component testing to other manufacturers to a little success. Reportedly, it also developed its own polish for iPhone screens rather than buying it from a Japanese company and in a specific example of corner-cutting Foxconn allegedly decided not to disassemble rejected iPhone 7S but instead opened them removed the debris and then resealed them to avoid wasting materials a poem. Wasn't informed of this deviation from protocol. Yeah. This is a well-sourced thing. They've got a couple of dozen sources. It is the information. They have a fairly good track record and it does seem to imply that apple and not have have been a little bit at loggerheads at that relationship is on the Rocks Apple under Tim Cook who was their supply chain Master for many years before he came became CEO really pressing the margins which is Jacob in Foxconn, you know under that pressure to cut some corners and then when Apple finds out about it, they don't release the pressure. They just put in more Audits and and more checks and if you go further into practical seems like they may be diversifying their supply chain partly because it's just a good idea to diversify your supply chain as we've all recently learned but also because because of this issue and because if they go with a withdrawn or somebody else to make certain things they they may find it easier at least in the early going when they're trying to please apple back when I worked full-time for a company. We dealt with companies in China all the time and the margins are ridiculously thin just from the get-go even in a small company environment. It was always to the email to try to cut costs but also keep quality up and I think this just feels like that but writ large. Yeah, like it's it's a scalable problem where if you are constantly pushing for lower margins wage, you do get to a threshold where the factory maybe just has to cut corners and hope that no one knows I guess I guess what I'm saying is I'm I'm not super surprised by this but it also represents a lot of time a iPhone 7S has that's an old phone at this point.

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05:59 min | 2 years ago

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"And so everybody who's not doing this kind of esoteric stuff like we're all just going to you know, let's let's get a little bit more cut-and-dry because the new people who sign on aren't maybe like Scott and may looking for that Rando series that no one's ever heard of gas. Well, if you want some more details about this kind of a new thing for us to to hire folks to write for the site and give you a little more information go check it out Daily Tech news show. The information sources say that Foxconn has been telling Apple that it hired more workers for project than it actually has using Apple owned Factory equipment to make products for Rivals and corners on component and product testing some of the more than two dozen sources also say that Apple has increased monitoring a Foxconn employees and Equipment as a result of this the sources say that since I cooked took over at Apple, it's put pressure on Foxconn to reduce costs to Apple. This pressure on foxconn's margin is thought to be the reason for the corner cutting Foxconn is tried selling equipment for manufacturing and component testing to other manufacturers to a little success. Reportedly, it also developed its own polish for iPhone screens rather than buying it from a Japanese company and in a specific example of corner-cutting Foxconn allegedly decided not to disassemble rejected iPhone 7S but instead opened them removed the debris and then resealed them to avoid wasting materials a poem. Wasn't informed of this deviation from protocol. Yeah. This is a well-sourced thing. They've got a couple of dozen sources. It is the information. They have a fairly good track record and it does seem to imply that apple and not have have been a little bit at loggerheads at that relationship is on the Rocks Apple under Tim Cook who was their supply chain Master for many years before he came became CEO really pressing the margins which is Jacob in Foxconn, you know under that pressure to cut some corners and then when Apple finds out about it, they don't release the pressure. They just put in more Audits and and more checks and if you go further into practical seems like they may be diversifying their supply chain partly because it's just a good idea to diversify your supply chain as we've all recently learned but also because because of this issue and because if they go with a withdrawn or somebody else to make certain things they they may find it easier at least in the early going when they're trying to please apple back when I worked full-time for a company. We dealt with companies in China all the time and the margins are ridiculously thin just from the get-go even in a small company environment. It was always to the email to try to cut costs but also keep quality up and I think this just feels like that but writ large. Yeah, like it's it's a scalable problem where if you are constantly pushing for lower margins wage, you do get to a threshold where the factory maybe just has to cut corners and hope that no one knows I guess I guess what I'm saying is I'm I'm not super surprised by this but it also represents a lot of time a iPhone 7S has that's an old phone at this point.

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07:33 min | 2 years ago

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October Twelfth Twenty Twenty Rich Drop Elena. China's largest game streaming companies who don't you planned to merge CEO's of both companies will become co CEOS. Post merger. The deal was initiated by ten tencent who will sell its Penguin East sports live streaming business to the newly merged company for five hundred million dollars after the deal closes if approved by regulators, the deal is expected to close in the first half of twenty twenty one with the company having over three hundred, million monthly active users and up to eighty percent of the Chinese market. Amazon's relentless studios announced that it's free to multiplayer game crucible is officially being canceled. The game was Amazon's first major original title and released on May Twentieth but stopped accepting new players to return to a private Beta. On June thirtieth, the game will be playable until November ninth in game purchases have been disabled and players can request a full refund for any purchases already made the development team will shift to focus on Amazon's Em emo new. World. Twitter will put a speed bump on re tweets to try to slow down the spread of misinformation. Now, in use a retweets without comment, they may see a prompt encouraging them to add commentary. The feature will be rolling out to all by October twentieth twitter also add directions to credible information if someone tries to reach tweet, oppose labeled as misleading total also label tweets falsely claiming candidates victory and remove tweets encouraging violence or election interference. In a blog post. Google. Australia VP MEL. Silva and that the company was pausing its plans to roll out new showcase in Australia concerns about the country's news media bargaining code. This draft code sets up a system for resolving disputes between publishers and online platforms as well as setting up a framework for payments for news content. Goo claims the code is unworkable as written with fines of up to ten percent of Australian revenues for a single violation, and they must include must pay system for online news that would require one negotiations for paying all registered news businesses in the country if Google makes news content available online. Microsoft announced its edge browser. We'll get a price comparison tool as part of its collection book. Marking service edge is also getting the availability of its collections and pinterest integration a screen shot tool for capturing web content improve PDF support and an update to its Tele Party extension for streaming TV, shows people wanting to have watch parties Free video meetings can also now be started within edge through integration with Microsoft's meet now service. Bloomberg's mark. Gherman reports that according to sources apple begin to you some of its retail stores as distribution centers for consumer shipments in the US and Canada shipments will be sent to customers within one hundred miles of a store. Apple reportedly began testing store shipments after apple stores reopened from covid nineteen closures in June and July APP reportedly told staff. The change will help speed shipping reduce costs, and possibly improve margin on products. Customers will not be able to see if an item shipped from store and will not be able to select that as an option at checkout. Department of Justice has appealed a judge's decision that stopped an executive order that would have blocked tic TAC downloads in the US. It's not clear when the appeal will be heard or what's happening with the deal for Oracle to buy a stake and TIKTOK. Snap launch local lenses and snapchat up the left for persistent sharable experiences. The first local lenses is city painter. Now available in areas around London's car street, this allows users to spray virtual paint into P- redesigned graffiti murals which are viewable by other users in the APP. Including watching users as they paint an area according to snap senior manager of Research Engineering Key pan the company analyst public snaps the area as well as leverage three, hundred, sixty degree camera imagery to map the area for the Lens. Google's nest. Division. Announced the New Nest Thermostat, which replaces the rotating ring with a touch sensitive strip for changing settings. It offers a mirrored finish in either white dark gray light pink or green and uses solar technology to detect when someone is standing in front and turn on the display. The new thermostat also features a more traditional scheduling system for setting temperature rather than using the learning system featured in other models can still be controlled by the Google home APP Google assistant or through ECHO devices. It's available for preorder for one hundred, twenty, nine dollars, ninety nine cents and chips in a few weeks. Security. Researchers Sam Curry led a team that found fifty five vulnerabilities in Apple's corporate network eleven of them critical. The vulnerabilities if exploited would have allowed intact copy private email I cloud data and more career reported them over a three month period and fix them all promptly off within hours. Apple is still processing the bug bounties which so far total two, hundred, Eighty, eight, thousand, five, hundred dollars, but could reach as high as five hundred, thousand dollars. And finally a coalition of tech companies including. Microsoft and SYMANTEC announced plans to take down the infrastructure of the trick bought melwert button at the company's estimate that trick bought has affected more than one million machines including some o devices initially starting as Banking Trojan at thousand sixteen and evolving into a malware. Tool this effort included looking at over one hundred, twenty, five, thousand trick by Melwert samples mapping how the where it deploys and finding all servers. The malware used to control infected machines with this information Microsoft received court approval to disable the IP addresses under the content stored on the command and control servers inaccessible suspended services to the button it operators and block any effort by the trick operators to purchase or lease additional servers. The coalition is now working with ISP's to notify infected users. Remember from our discussion of the Tech News of the day subscribe to take new show at daily tech new show dot com. You can find show notes there and links to all these headlines. There is well. Thanks for listening, we'll talk to you next time and from all of us here at daily Tech. Headlines Remember. Have, a super sparkly day. Ache has power some of the world's best podcasts. Here's an episode we're listening to. 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"Military dogs are often used to detect explosives and other hazards. Handlers direct them with hand signals, sometimes, laser pointers, the goggles handlers, keep the dog safe, but also increase the distance in which the dogs can operate military dogs already wear protective goggles. That's that's the thing. Already, the a our system is added to these goggles and then fitted for each dog than the dog visual indicator in the goggles and are trained to. Follow that indicator for directions, handlers see what the dog sees through a remote video feed. So they can you know pay attention. The project is in the beginning research stage using a wired long leash and command side is developing a wireless version as well. This has to be wireless before it becomes super practical but yet right now, dog I I've done search and rescue in the past, and I know how this works with the laser pointer of the hand signals. The dog has to be able to see the handler, right? So it limits the range, the handler, estim- move with the dog. So this would allow for a much wider range because the dog could be out of line of sight. And it does I mean these dogs are already doing dangerous stuff, right? So this doesn't seem to make it more dangerous. It's already dangerous. I don't think it makes it safer but if if these dogs are properly trained in the system works. It, it could be done for more life saving sort of situations. What do you make of this? I just want to know when these things are going to be implemented in the workplace for employers and employees wire goggles on tell me where to go and what did. You go to like a subway and you you you pointed stuff through the glass. But now if the subway employees wearing the the wireless goggles, you could say, no, no, no more this one. Sandwich Death to the store you can. Just, much fewer arm us. You know it's rude anyway I. Wonder and this is you know I I know that dogs their sense of smell their sense of hearing very, very keen, very acute sense of sites not their strongest although you know most dogs can see I wonder how a our implementation works with something that is designed for Canine and a person Yeah I don't know the answer but I, you know it's it's I would assume it would be you gotta keep things real simple and you know real straight narrow yeah because. Snack over there. Maybe. It should not just be visual but also smell right like the tree for that way just Puna listen. Yeah, yeah? 'CAUSE 'cause the handlers use visual cues like laser pointers in the hand signals. So some kind of visual cue would work, but I wonder how that how how you design that to manifest. So the dog can tell, oh, that means go left. That means go straight ahead. Yeah and not be so complicated that might confuse them Well plus Mark Dogs dogs are smarter than we are aren't you? To get all the tech headlines each day about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily Tech. Headlines. Dot.

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"What have you drawn for his Len? Well, you know, this might be a DTS versed in that way. I'm excited for Luna. I think it's going to be pretty interesting experiment for Amazon as they enter this but I don't think we've ever been able I don't think this might be the first bought a drawing of Luna on the internet since it's been drawing of Luna herself. Yes, and we don't know I mean, it could be it could maybe non-gendered who none of them saw. Yeah, that's exactly but Luna's a rule-breaker man. She's you know, he got like this going to change cloud gaming I think possibly and are you going to want her dead? Yes, you are. You're going to want Luna. So this image is is the possibly the first image of Luna on the internet, which is a DTS exclusive home in her out habitat. Exactly. And she's in the cloud. You can get this Patron if your Patron subscriber at patreon.com for slam, you can get this right now or at my online spoke at length propstore.com. Oh, I'm going to get her well now we know thanks Lamar wage, but also thanks for for being with us on the show and we know you're real busy. So let folks know where they can keep up with the rest of your work. Yeah. Thank you very much. So, yeah, obviously, I'm I'm originally from New Jersey and you go to youtube.com slash Lamarr Wilson, or I do, you know lifestyle pop culture type things. This is this is a game console season. So expect to see some things in the coming days about, you know, all the Xbox. Series X and the PS fives and all day if you're interested in it, you know, and I'm also you know you go to Lamarr Wilson, if you want to get all my links to Instagram and even tick tock tick is my fastest growing Network guys. No kidding. I got no, I got 10,000 people the other day and one day. Yeah, it's Korea. It's going up. Like did you have like a particularly popular Tik Tok or just mustard wage? I'm just cute. What does that are? You lip-synching good hair day folks if you're like way Tik-Tok that's that's what those creatures like Lamar use while we got something for you Monday, October 5th starts creators theme week on Daily Tech news show will look at how technology has changed and is still changing how people create things like visual effects costume and props of game design. So I know you listen every day you're going to listen every day, but tell us some other folks about it cuz it's going to be a fun week on Daily Tech news show Monday, October 5th, and of course you age, Always support our show at any level and get some perks to thank you a Daily Tech news show. Patreon if you got feedback for us. Well, we've got an email address and it's a great place to send it to feedback a Daily Tech news show off..

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04:07 min | 2 years ago

"daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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04:07 min | 2 years ago

"daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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04:07 min | 2 years ago

"daily tech" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Coming up on dgn Sy the Department of Justice is shot at a mental game. Safe Harbor might hit closer to the mark than you think you can finally rtfm for a seventy-five-year-old computer and Scott Johnson's thoughts on blizzard co-founder Mike Moore Himes new game company. And you know, this is the Daily Tech news for Wednesday, September 23rd 2020 in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt and from Studio Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane, New Jersey City. I'm Scott Johnson, and I'm the show's producer Rodger schank man. It's it's taken this long. But now I feel like I'm saying a bad word when I say 2020 in the date. Oh, this might be a little square twenty twenty and had such high hopes to we were just talking about crocheters versus Knitters and whether anything will ever replace Watergate as a me go get that wider conversation a patreon.com slash DT NS. Let's start with a few Tech things. You should know the gsma announce table. Next Mobile World Congress will be held in Barcelona from June 28th to July 1st. 2021 Mobile World Congress twenty-twenty was one of the earliest Tech events canceled due to covid-19 me back in February and the gsma had originally planned to hold a Mobile World Congress events in March of 2021 public events. Yeah a little bit about speaking events that are being held the twenty-twenty game away will stream live from Los Angeles London and Tokyo on December 10th airing in 4k UHD from Studio locations with virtual fan participation. We'll see what that means in the long run across 45 Global videos platforms. There will be a new innovation index accessibility award rather and the games game Festival that launched last year is also coming back European antitrust Regulators who age turns about Google's planned acquisition of Fitbit now have until December 23rd to make a decision on their antitrust probe. If you recall Google announced its intention to buy Fitbit and November 2019 for 2 p.m. 1 billion dollars European commission is concerned that data gathered by Fitbit could thwart competition if Google acquires that data and further entrench Google's dominance in online ad market. So again, they have until December 23rd Samsung announced a more affordable version of the Samsung Galaxy S.

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"Coming up on dgn Sy the Department of Justice is shot at a mental game. Safe Harbor might hit closer to the mark than you think you can finally rtfm for a seventy-five-year-old computer and Scott Johnson's thoughts on blizzard co-founder Mike Moore Himes new game company. And you know, this is the Daily Tech news for Wednesday, September 23rd 2020 in Los Angeles. I'm Tom Merritt and from Studio Redwood. I'm Sarah Lane, New Jersey City. I'm Scott Johnson, and I'm the show's producer Rodger schank man. It's it's taken this long. But now I feel like I'm saying a bad word when I say 2020 in the date. Oh, this might be a little square twenty twenty and had such high hopes to we were just talking about crocheters versus Knitters and whether anything will ever replace Watergate as a me go get that wider conversation a patreon.com slash DT NS. Let's start with a few Tech things. You should know the gsma announce table. Next Mobile World Congress will be held in Barcelona from June 28th to July 1st. 2021 Mobile World Congress twenty-twenty was one of the earliest Tech events canceled due to covid-19 me back in February and the gsma had originally planned to hold a Mobile World Congress events in March of 2021 public events. Yeah a little bit about speaking events that are being held the twenty-twenty game away will stream live from Los Angeles London and Tokyo on December 10th airing in 4k UHD from Studio locations with virtual fan participation. We'll see what that means in the long run across 45 Global videos platforms. There will be a new innovation index accessibility award rather and the games game Festival that launched last year is also coming back European antitrust Regulators who age turns about Google's planned acquisition of Fitbit now have until December 23rd to make a decision on their antitrust probe. If you recall Google announced its intention to buy Fitbit and November 2019 for 2 p.m. 1 billion dollars European commission is concerned that data gathered by Fitbit could thwart competition if Google acquires that data and further entrench Google's dominance in online ad market. So again, they have until December 23rd Samsung announced a more affordable version of the Samsung Galaxy S.

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03:08 min | 2 years ago

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"And then again, we also don't even know the tick tock of it. All necessarily. These days but I. Really Large. Transparency is good. So I don't want to Ding them for being not perfect all at once. But that being said I, kind of feel like they're just needs to be a daily report with a lot of these sites and we need to see a lot more about exactly why they're banned their band and and I. think that there's other a recourse that people should have to say we why why did this happen to me and what status do I have on the platform? Yeah most definitely. All right and remember you can get all the tech headlines each day about five minutes you can subscribe at Daily Tech Headlines, DOT com. All.

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04:47 min | 2 years ago

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"Cunanan Group what is an acceptable MTPA group? What is aid unacceptable Antifa group I think that a lot of this is feel good. Then the read it stuff as well where they can say look we're doing thing but it's it's it's I don't know really what it means I honestly don't I I almost think. As in the red case. Very. Bizarre I mean I'm sure they're being forthright with what they're putting out there certainly but like sing down eighteen percent that is better than saying it increased certainly. But like eighteen percent to me is not a huge windfall when it comes to a decrease in hate speech, it does also up when they said 'cause when they shut down those two thousand bread I remember very distinctly listed. These are very you know outside of one very once prominent one a lot of these were not a highly trafficked anyway I mean three, hundred, sixty, five, thousand, total views. A day is not like a ton when it comes to facebook or read it or anything like that altogether and and you know. Certainly a very analytical approach to that that to me at least that gives me some context for where they see this problem in the scope of their total platform like to me that that those numbers are more meaningful to me than throwing out a bunch of names of groups and I have no idea how many videos are posted on Tiktok I mean certainly thirteen hundred users does not seem like a lot of users to be impacted by by hate speech policy on Tiktok part for sure. Well, talk is a different situation since they do a lot more curation of at least the big mega a stars on their platform the before you page pages something that they have a lot more control over. and. Then again, we also don't even know the tick tock of it. All necessarily. These days but I. Really. Large. Transparency is good. So I don't want to Ding them for being not perfect all at once but that being said I kind of feel like they're just needs to be a daily report with a lot of these sites and we need to see a lot more about exactly why they're banned their band and and I think that there's other a recourse that people should have to say we why why did this happen to me and what status do I have on the platform? Yeah most definitely. All right and remember you can get all the tech headlines each day about five minutes you can subscribe at Daily Tech headlines Dot Com. All.

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05:50 min | 2 years ago

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"So that could be how they use to employees Caitlin. You know we've obviously been talking about this the latter half of last week and now into this week I'm curious what your impression of this attack was. I would I can't wait to hear what the motive is in this because it feels really strangely political me with the way that they chose the accounts that they were posting from You know as well I feel like the you know the whole bitcoin thing away. It almost feels like that is be. The secondary thing to actually make some money off of this I feel like this. There's a lot more to the situation than what just meets the eye. But you know it is another reminder that social engineering is a really powerful way of gaining access to data. You're not supposed to have people like to Kind of dismiss that as not necessarily real hacking, because they're not taking anything, but when it comes down to it, that is a huge danger for most large companies like this. Yes! We were talking about last week. it looks like according to crabs. This was. Being talked about on some Sim swapping forums and they were trying to sell access and information, but it still odd that you would just decide to go out to blaze of glory by posting some bitcoin links and call attention to yourself. I agree with you there. Hey folks. If you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe to daily Tech. HEADLINES DOT COM. Folks are going to message each other. They're not going to use the most secure ways all the time and that leaves them open to predatory practices. Especially today, all kinds of people and teams are in fact, people want to reach out and communicate with each other. It's a time when we're having a harder time doing that, so. How can parents and Guardians help teens? Stay safe doing that online. Caitlyn let's start with the term sexting. What do we mean when we say that? You know when comes to sex dignity, a lot of different definition being used here. It's not only just you know. Typing back and forth in the traditional Cybersex It's also you know exchanging images. It's learning. It is talking about. It's basically revealing data that you would wanNA keep private. I mean any of us. It's not just You know the tip what you would think of when you think of sex intimacy is also just. It's now being translated online people not being able to connect in real life so there you know there are kids who are going to want to engage in this behavior online, and then there are people who are going to want the kids to engage in it with them. When maybe they shouldn't. Who are the targets of sexting? Well seventeen isn't necessarily like an attack. It's no targets. It's going to be on the people that are most in danger of pretty much anyone that's participating and that sort of intimate data sharing I'm going to be adults. It's going to be teens, and as we.

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05:50 min | 2 years ago

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"So that could be how they use to employees Caitlin. You know we've obviously been talking about this the latter half of last week and now into this week. I'm curious what your impression of this attack was. I would I can't wait to hear what the motive is in this, because it feels really strangely political me with the way that they chose the accounts that they were posting from You know as well. I feel like the you know the whole bitcoin thing in a way. It almost feels like that is be. The secondary thing to actually make some money off of this I feel like this. There's a lot more to the situation than what just meets the eye. But you know it is another reminder that social engineering is a really powerful way of gaining access to data. You're not supposed to have people like to Kind of miss that as not necessarily, you know real hacking because they're not taking anything, but when it comes down to it, that is a huge danger for most large companies like this. Yes we were talking about last week. it looks like according to crabs. This was. Being talked about on some Sim, swapping forums, and they were trying to sell access and information, but it still odd that you would just decide to go out to blaze of glory by posting some bitcoin links and call attention to yourself. I agree with you there. Hey folks if you want to get all the tech headlines each day in about five minutes. Be Sure to subscribe to daily Tech. HEADLINES DOT COM. Folks! Teens are going to message each other. They're not going to use the most secure ways all the time and that leaves them open to predatory practices. Especially today, all kinds of people and teams are in fact, people want to reach out and communicate with each other. It's a time when we're having a harder time doing that, so. How can parents and guardians help teens stay safe doing that online. Caitlyn, let's start with the term sexting. What do we mean when we say? You know when comes to sex dignity, a lot of different definition being used here. It's not only just you know. Typing back and forth in the traditional Cybersex It's also you know exchanging images. It's learning. It is talking about it's basically revealing data. The YOU WANNA keep private I mean any of us. It's not just You know the tip what you would think of when you think of sex intimacy is also just. It's now being translated online people not being able to connect in real life so there you know there are kids who are going to want to engage in this behavior online, and then there are people who are going to want the kids to engage in it with them. When maybe they shouldn't. Who are the targets of sexting? Well seventeen isn't necessarily like an attack. It's no targets. It's going to be on the people that are most in danger of pretty much anyone that's participating and that sort of intimate data sharing I'm going to be adults. It's going to be teens, and as we.

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03:59 min | 2 years ago

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"You pick the sing apart in and did a lot of reverse engineering with it. I think what scares me. The most first of all so I've had conversations with consumers who are like well, everybody takes data. Everybody's looking at it and I don't think people realize the amount of data even over, and above what some of the more popular apps like facebook, and whatever are taking that people always reference, but what scares me more was what this researcher found in terms of the protections that were rolled out in this APP To To prevent people from being able to reverse engineering and see what it was collecting, where literally it changes the APP behavior if it detects that it's in a sandbox, and they're rolling their own encryption, which is scary and the they're changing keys every couple of weeks. It's I. that's what scares me. Even more is hey now. You're not just taking a ton of data that I can't figure out why you need it, but you won't even let researchers dig into your APP to even discover it, and so when it's kind of like I think back to the movie sneakers and the toy factory with all the wire fencing around the. That's no toy factory. What are you? What are you protecting that hard that you're that worried about it? It's more than a toy factor. Yeah, strong encryption with switched out keys is great. If you're protecting me, not if you're protecting from me, the user I I don't like that no. Folks, if you want to get all the headlines each day in about five minutes, be sure to subscribe to daily Tech. HEADLINES DOT COM. All right deep fakes. We've talked about them a lot. In fact, we recently talked about technology that would was being marketed to film companies to say. Take a person's face and swap it in on another actor, so that that you could do some cool effects in movies. Let's talk about what a deep fake is it just a video? Or how should we use deep fakes versus just using machine learning to do something like movie effects? So. Wouldn't it be great if there was a definition There isn't that I found. I think the kind of the commonly accepted thing is any artificial media that you create using deep neural networks I mean that's where the name came from, so we've seen. The technology is used to create deep fakes. Most people think of the videos, but that same technology is used to create Just still images were creating pictures of people who don't exist. And from nothing like literally just hand this this Gan which we can maybe talk about later, but you'll give this neural network nothing to work with just a bunch of static and it. Formulating creates an image of a human being out of that and a very believable image. We've also seen audio generated. There's a number of different APPs out there. A number of different vendors that are offering services around this. Overdose as a great one that will create depict audio of your own voice if you just pass it some tax. which is great for editing podcasts, but obviously caused concerns and other uses. And it doesn't have to be advanced technology. We talk a lot like you said about gant's and machine learning. But deep picks don't be high tech, do they? No not at all, and that's this is this. This is where you start to wonder. How much is deep fake? Really concerned because we've seen things that weren't deep big. Just it's misinformation, right? We've seen examples of this in the political space here in the United States, you think about last year. This video of Nancy. Pelosi that some put out there purporting that she was drunk and you know it flew all across. The Internet got shared everywhere and I mean that was just took the video, and they slowed it down to seventy five percents beat. And even after it was announced, a new well publicized, people were still sharing it believing it was true and isn't. That kind of the point is that it's not? We were scared by the idea of like. Oh, somebody can fake something and no one will be able to tell. It's

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