All posts tagged with Technology
10/13/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

In this internet age, everything — from government services, shopping, and banking— can be accessed online. However, you are first

http://www.computing.news/2017-10-13-login-beware-digital-services-privacy.html

10/11/2017 / By Russel Davis

A report by the European policing agency Europol has revealed that the proliferation of ransomware has topped other forms of cyber crime in

http://www.computing.news/2017-10-11-safe-surfing-beware-of-botnets-and-the-rise-in-ransomware-threats.html

10/07/2017 / By JD Heyes

A pioneer in artificial intelligence says that the time has come to break up what he is calling “Big Tech”

http://www.computing.news/2017-10-07-its-time-to-break-up-big-teach-warns-artificial-intelligence-pioneer.html

10/05/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

It’s something that happens to many people every day: you walk outside of the subway tunnel, look around, and instantly

http://www.computing.news/2017-10-05-new-research-discovers-how-brain-cells-used-for-navigation-operate-shedding-insight-on-brain-diseases-and-overuse-of-technology.html

09/30/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

After taking over our manufacturing jobs, artificial intelligence is now poised to muscle in on another ubiquitous industry: customer service.

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-30-exercise-in-frustration-microsoft-is-exchanging-its-foreign-customer-service-agents-for-chatbots.html

09/23/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Researchers from Italy have developed a machine-learning algorithm that can detect signs of Alzheimer’s disease almost 10 years before human

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-23-new-ai-can-diagnose-alzheimers-10-years-before-human-doctors.html

09/23/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

A team of Israeli security researchers have demonstrated how hackers could use infrared light (IR) to control the behavior of

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-23-security-cameras-are-a-security-risk-and-not-just-to-your-privacy-researchers-demonstrate-how-they-can-be-hacked.html

09/21/2017 / By Russel Davis

The iPhone X’s brand new Face ID recognition software has come under scrutiny as experts cautioned that the system might be

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-21-biometric-features-on-new-iphone-spark-safety-and-privacy-concerns.html

09/20/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Many people cannot even imagine life without their smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices. Among the truest of all these

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-20-apple-accused-of-deliberately-slowing-older-products-to-persuade-people-to-buy-new-iphones.html

09/20/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

At the recent unveiling of their newest iPhone models, Apple bragged about their use of face-reading artificial intelligence (AI). The

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-20-latest-face-reading-ai-will-detect-your-iq-sexual-orientation-political-beliefs.html

09/19/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

Classroom teaching will primarily be handled by adaptable robots rather than humans within 10 years and will alter human life

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-19-technology-in-the-classroom-robots-could-replace-teachers-in-10-years.html

09/18/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A team of researchers from the University of Houston and China discovered a new type of electronic device that can

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-18-disappearing-electronics-researchers-have-discovered-how-to-program-devices-to-dissolve.html

09/15/2017 / By Ethan Huff

First it was pilotless drones. Soon it could be driverless cars. And if the tech firms involved with their development

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-15-roads-are-too-restrictive-unmanned-ghost-ships-are-next-on-the-automation-radar.html

09/14/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

One of the world’s biggest banks, Deutsche Bank, has announced that it will be replacing a significant portion of its

http://www.computing.news/2017-09-14-blame-the-victim-strategy-reaches-corporate-level-deutsche-bank-plans-to-replace-much-of-workforce-with-robots-because-they-act-like-robots-anyway.html