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Is automation going to put you out of a job? Probably not, but…

You've got to use your time much more wisely if you want to stay employed

Research  Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, the fourth industrial revolution – we’re hearing a lot about how technology is going to automate everything and render whole cohorts of fleshy, fallible and inefficient humans surplus to needs.…

Yes, drone biz DJI's Go 4 app does phone home to China – sort of

But that doesn't mean it's spilling all your beans, data audit finds

Chinese drone firm DJI is pushing back against claims it quietly beams user data back to the homeland by releasing the results of an audit it paid for – which found the DJI Go 4 app indeed sends some data to Hong Kong.…

Software transformation for the rest of us?

Continuous Lifecycle puts real business at heart of the agenda

If you’re ever wondered whether traditional companies are at a disadvantage when it comes to exploiting the latest software development and deployment strategies, you should get yourself down to Continuous Lifecycle London in three weeks time.…

ICANN takes Whois begging bowl to Europe, comes back empty

Rude awakening – yet again – for American DNS supremo

ICANN has been told for a second time that it must fundamentally change its Whois service to become compliant with Europe's incoming privacy law – and do so within the next month.…

Boffins turn bachelor pad into a touch pad

Conductive paint and circuit boards make walls into touch screens and sensors

For about $20 per square meter, boffins from Carnegie Mellon University and Disney Research have devised a way to turn walls into a touch interface.…

Facebook can't admit the truth, says data-slurp boffin Kogan

Cambridge Analytica’s PR crisis man claims ‘morale is pretty good now’ in office

The egghead behind the mass slurp of Facebook users’ information has said the social network is in “PR crisis mode” – as Cambridge Analytica enacted a crisis management of its own.…

Facebook can't admit the truth, says data-slurp boffin Kogan

Cambridge Anal’s PR crisis man claims ‘morale is pretty good now’ in office

The Cambridge boffin behind mass slurp of Facebook users’ information has said the social network is in “PR crisis mode” - as Cambridge Analytica has enacted a crisis management of its own.…

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