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18 Blockchain Trends to Watch out For

On Sep 9, 2019
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18 Blockchain Trends to Watch out For https://t.co/9v0Hp6DIA1 #blockchain #fintech #innovation https://t.co/gsXiqEgiB4
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What's Next In Blockchain 2019. The report shows 18 of the biggest blockchain trends of 2019.

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On Sep 9, 2019
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18 Blockchain Trends to Watch out For https://t.co/9v0Hp6DIA1 #blockchain #fintech #innovation https://t.co/gsXiqEgiB4
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18 Blockchain Trends to Watch out For

What's Next In Blockchain 2019. The report shows 18 of the biggest blockchain trends of 2019.


On Sep 16, 2019
@accessnow shared
More rules will be needed to prevent platforms misuse of data, says EU Commissioner @Vestager who was been designated to lead the next digital portfolio. #EUdataP #competition https://t.co/2a9QXKPXb3 https://t.co/QMrPiUNNGN
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Security and trust in a digital world

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On Sep 4, 2019
@medialab shared
Alum Leonardo Bonanni, founder of Sourcemap, and @mitsupplychain director Alexis Bateman consider what supply chain transparency means, why it’s important, and how to achieve it. https://t.co/pyEyUqhdH4
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On Sep 9, 2019
@beisgovuk shared
RT @TechNation: 📢Introducing the 29 #ArtificialIntelligence companies to join our very first Applied #AI growth programme.🤖🎉 https://t.co/Z9oszuaNrK
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29 leading Artificial Intelligence scaleups join UK’s first ever Applied AI growth programme

(⏱ 12 min read) We are excited to introduce the cohort for the UK’s first ever Applied AI growth programme. Announced earlier this year, the growth programme is part of the UK Government AI ...

On Sep 19, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @privacyint: Funds that are supposed to go to development and other aid are instead financing security agencies & companies. Transfers of surveillance are driven by governments outsourcing wars on migration, terror & drugs. Here’s what is happening in Europe: https://t.co/fEosDUQvG1
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On Sep 12, 2019
@IBMResearch shared
Learn how @IBMResearch contributed to the @IBMZ #z15 launch with hybrid cloud and security breakthroughs: https://t.co/xIPzmyqTq3 https://t.co/oTs54IAR4a
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IBM Research Contributes to z15 Launch with Hybrid Cloud, Security Breakthroughs

IBM Research partnered with IBM Systems to help develop the ground-breaking new z15 mainframe to secure customer data across hybrid multicloud environments.

On Sep 6, 2019
@novapbs shared
An AI app that allows users to insert their faces in place of film & TV characters has caused controversy in China, @BBCNews reports: https://t.co/Q3DjNYNkG9 AI face swap videos, known as deepfakes, are more sophisticated than ever. https://t.co/NLnbyvXBy9
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'Deepfake' app causes fraud and privacy fears in China

A program that allows phone users to insert their own faces into video footage causes alarm.

On Sep 12, 2019
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Help Wanted: #Quantum computing experts sought to advise U.S. government officials: https://t.co/jcgSw1wNmK H/T @WHOSTP @doescience https://t.co/BsrwMfFOJB
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Help wanted: U.S. government is seeking advice from quantum computing experts

The U.S. Department of Energy is looking for experts who can guide the White House and federal agencies through the weird ins and outs of quantum information science.

On Sep 13, 2019
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What They're Saying: "The Department of Energy’s Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office will play a vital role in developing this exciting field and applying it to our nation’s most pressing challenges. " - @PNNLab Director Steven Ashby. https://t.co/fcDDJP1a0R
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What They Are Saying: Support For DOE’s New Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office

What They Are Saying: Support For DOE’s New Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office

On Sep 4, 2019
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RT @EshipMIT: What's the first step for our #MITdeltav teams? It's Demo Day, this Friday at 4pm at Kresge Auditorium. See the 20+ teams who will be presenting & register to attend in person at https://t.co/OJ7G8trc2b https://t.co/Tv3sLbH5nl
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On Sep 17, 2019
@accessnow shared
The public's tolerance for real-time surveillance cameras is being tested with the increased use of #facialrecognition in the UK. https://t.co/uoSmDGSmaw https://t.co/YQgrK9qxkg
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Real-Time Surveillance Will Test the British Tolerance for Cameras

Facial recognition technology is drawing scrutiny in a country more accustomed to surveillance than any other Western democracy.

On Sep 7, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @SwissCognitive: #ArtificialIntelligence might seem daunting. But it could end up saving the planet. https://t.co/VarA8lem0U #ClimateChange #Environment #Technology @RoblemVR @JimHarris @fabiomoioli @DeepLearn007 @kdnuggets
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On Sep 11, 2019
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Much more science is needed to take more advantage of artificial intelligence. https://t.co/P1Sb5NNQVQ
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How to Build Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust

Computer systems need to understand time, space and causality. Right now they don’t.

On Sep 6, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @PrivacyProject: Plenty of legacy dating apps aren’t much better with privacy and security. But protecting your romantic secrets is a job that Facebook seems, given its history of data breaches, uniquely unqualified for. https://t.co/HU8hAzfZO8
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Don’t Trust Facebook With Your Love Life

Happiness, brought to you by the company that gave you the Cambridge Analytica Scandal™!

On Sep 9, 2019
@voxdotcom shared
“I worry that across the industry there are too many days when people say, ‘This is somebody else’s problem.’” Microsoft President Brad Smith (@bradsmi) tells @karaswisher why everyone in tech needs to “work together and fix things”: https://t.co/HruKelsifM
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Every tech company should “work together and fix things,” says Microsoft President Brad Smith

Smith says it doesn’t matter if you’re not as responsible for breaking things as someone else — if you can be part of the solution, you should.

On Sep 13, 2019
@scifri shared
RT @msxgarcia: Love the @scifri discussion with @ruha9 about the "New Jim Code." Algorithms are not inherently unbiased and often perpetuate racial discrimination. #STEMed Have the discussion with students! https://t.co/8zZMg8ABFp
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Artificial Intelligence Is A Growing Part Of The Criminal Justice System. Should We Be Worried?

From facial recognition to emotion detection to risk assessments, AI is guiding the decisions of police departments and courtrooms across the country.

On Sep 18, 2019
@EPFL_Park shared
RT @startuptickerCH: Building trust in Tech: 15 startups join Tech4Trust accelerator program https://t.co/jTTCK1tVwi | The Swiss Startup News channel https://t.co/pQpGl5tXGr https://t.co/MI6iKEkLYf
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Building trust in Tech: 15 startups join Tech4Trust accelerator program

Tech4Trust is a 4-month startup acceleration program for companies developing innovative solutions to improve trust technology. Fifteen startups including one from Australia will ...

On Sep 19, 2019
@siliconrepublic shared
Facial recognition: ten reasons you should be worried about the technology https://t.co/4CagMXBXpB
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Facial recognition: 10 reasons you should be worried about the technology

Birgit Schippers, visiting researcher at Queen’s University Belfast, has concerns about the implications of facial recognition technology.

On Sep 5, 2019
@voxdotcom shared
From fear-based social media to facial recognition, here’s everything you should know about Amazon’s Ring products. https://t.co/tutGE5wlv3
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How Amazon’s Ring is creating a surveillance network with video doorbells

Here’s everything we know about Amazon’s video doorbell and the controversies surrounding it.

On Sep 14, 2019
@WIRED shared
There are a lot of ways to cut down on data sharing and retention, but there are some things services just need to know, right? Thanks to the cryptographic method known as “zero-knowledge proofs” that’s not always the case. https://t.co/JAXOwLGIkS
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Hacker Lexicon: What Are Zero-Knowledge Proofs?

How do you make blockchain and other transactions truly private? With mathematical models known as zero-knowledge proofs.

On Sep 7, 2019
@PilatSTI shared
RT @professor_ajay: Causal evidence that AI faculty departures from universities reduced the creation of startups by students who then graduated from these universities - on average by 13% https://t.co/hd6TfO4X02
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Artificial Intelligence, Human Capital, and InnovationZhao Jin is grateful to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation for financial support (Grant Number: G-201806-4434) and to Crunchbase for access to its database.

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