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How AI and copyright would work — TechCrunch

It’s easy (and tempting) to get wrapped around the axle when it comes to the prospects for AI programs and their creation of original works. When works created by self-running software applications become more common, the result is both more possibilities and more challenges to existing copyright law. But let’s consider what we know, then…

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Understanding The IOT with Quantum computing through AI,DL,VR And ML — Anonymous As One

Algorithms and Quantum computing RSA cryptology tech is secret coding in communication. Peter shor’s algorithm based on the RSA code 2048. Enter D wave. It broke the code and they didn’t even need the 2048 model they achieved cracking goal on a 120 floor model.Origin of D wave- DARPA. FIRST FUNDED WITH TEN MILLION. How […]

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Democrats vow to force vote on net neutrality — Reuters: Technology News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Senate Democrats said on Tuesday they will force a vote later this year on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s reversal of landmark Obama administration net neutrality rules and will try to make it a key issue in the 2018 congressional elections.

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Facebook may be ready to invade your physical world with an outrageously priced video device — Quartz

As fellow tech giants Amazon, Google, and Apple go after the burgeoning smart device market, Facebook wants in too. Its product, digital outlet Cheddar reports, a voice-enabled video chat device named Portal, will directly compete with Amazon’s Echo product line to enter consumer homes. Rather than portray the device as a smart assistant, however, Facebook…

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Getting a Handle on Meltdown Update Impact, Stay Tuned for Spectre — Hackaday

When news broke on Meltdown and Spectre ahead of the original disclosure plan, word spread like wildfire and it was hard to separate fact from speculation. One commonly repeated claim was that the fix would slow down computers by up to 30% for some workloads. A report released by Microsoft today says that “average users” with post-2015…

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Matias is building the wired Mac keyboards that Apple won’t — The Verge – Tech Posts

Apple discontinued its wired Mac keyboard back in June when it introduced a new version of its wireless Magic Keyboard with a number pad, but a company called Matias is trying to keep the wired version alive with its own replica versions. And this year at CES 2018, the company is looking to one-up Apple’s…

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Spitzer Accused Of Threatening Man In Restaurant For Complimenting Home Depot Founder — JONATHAN TURLEY

Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer is back in the news and it could not be more bizarre. This week Spitzer was accused of allegedly threatening to stab a restaurant patron’s crotch for stating that he respected Spitzer’s nemesis, Home Depot founder Kenneth Langone. Jamie Antolini says that Spitzer yelled “I’ll get a f**king knife and stab […]

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