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Security and trust in a digital world

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 - 2014-2019

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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

Security and trust in a digital world - 2014-2019



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 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 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 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
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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 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 13, 2019
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Shape Security valued at $1bn following $51m funding round https://t.co/6ZMiKv6MKz
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Shape Security valued at $1bn following $51m funding round

Santa Clara enterprise security firm Shape Security announced a $51m funding round, a $1bn valuation and plans to file for an IPO.

On Sep 13, 2019
@siliconrepublic shared
“The key to digital transformation is not just about technology evolution – it requires a wholesale change of mindset from organisations,” said Ian Hood of @RedHat https://t.co/0jMO4K8crK
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Red Hat’s Ian Hood: ‘Digital transformation requires a change of mindset’

Ian Hood is the chief technologist at Red Hat, responsible for overseeing the company's approach to solving key business problems.

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On Sep 18, 2019
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RT @EstelMP: As part of the #PrivacyShield third review, @brodyjab and I put together detailed comments explaining why the EU Commission should strike down the arrangement. Read the full comments here: https://t.co/WLtgvKlK2q https://t.co/5UZIX88Afk
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● The promulgation of Executive Order 13768 that demonstrates a disregard for the rights of non-Americans, including the right to privacy; ● The appointment to lead U.S. intelligence ...

On Sep 13, 2019
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A healthy dose of AI in healthcare? - When it comes to the use of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector, policymakers need to ensure the focus is kept on patients and their needs, says @woelken. https://t.co/3bnkkZmeOR https://t.co/DNh7AFYQpv
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A healthy dose of AI in healthcare?

When it comes to the use of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector, policymakers need to ensure the focus is kept on patients and their needs.

On Sep 17, 2019
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The U.S. Justice Department thinks Edward Snowden shouldn't get to keep the profits from his new memoir https://t.co/NhgL1mTagg
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US Justice Department wants the profits from Edward Snowden’s new book

The agency filed a lawsuit on Tuesday alleging Snowden violated a nondisclosure agreement he signed while working with the government.

On Sep 13, 2019
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RT @APWestRegion: A member of an international hacking ring that US authorities say targeted businesses to steal data involving millions of credit and debit cards has pleaded guilty to hacking and wire fraud in Seattle. https://t.co/6xv8YjZU70
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Ukrainian man pleads guilty to hacking, wire fraud charges

SEATTLE (AP) — A member of a sophisticated international hacking group that authorities say targeted businesses in 47 states to steal credit and debit card records pleaded guilty to hacking ...

On Sep 16, 2019
@Parlimag shared
Influence, not power: chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies on altruism, anti-vaxxers and winning the trust of politicians and the public | Civil Service World https://t.co/Oj1jZwqIcx via @CSWnews
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Influence, not power: chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies on altruism, anti-vaxxers and winning the trust of politicians and the public

As she steps down after nearly a decade as the nation’s doctor, Davies talks to Beckie Smith about the delicate balance of influence and power, dealing with the tabloid press and why ...

On Sep 18, 2019
@startuptickerCH shared
RT @chain_security: We performed a security audit of the @_alethena equity and drag-along smart contracts. During the audit, we discovered several security, trust, and design issues. All reported issues have been duly addressed by Alethena. Learn more at https://t.co/djj5DECn9L
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Alethena Security Audit

Smart contract audits with formal verification

On Sep 17, 2019
@MIT shared
Using machine learning to estimate risk of cardiovascular death https://t.co/ZzBwECRKEw https://t.co/gUQsWNzpkK
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Using machine learning to estimate risk of cardiovascular death

CSAIL system uses a patient's ECG signal to estimate potential for cardiovascular death.

On Sep 12, 2019
@accessnow shared
RT @privacyint: Case in Denmark raises questions about reliability of mobile phone data: https://t.co/adorXmhnBy Read our blog on the risks related to mobile forensics: https://t.co/eVov0DGDOx
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Push this button for evidence

We look at the recently published report on forensic science in the UK, highlight concerns about police not understanding new tech used to extract data from mobile phones, the risk of ...