There’s good reason to think twice about whether tech users will truly benefit from 24-7 monitoring and arbitrary goals served up by an algorithm.
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Pitching bitcoin has become the Rick Roll of the hacking community — a funny prank rather than a nasty attack.
With the once-hot China market cooling, Tencent plans to invest more to leverage its foreign exposure including beefing up overseas games publishing operations.
Some 30 years of internet history shows us that businesses and governments may not truly take security seriously until a massive hack occurs and satellites are breached or lost.
One of the big mistakes Washington has made during this chip shortage is to act like the U.S is the only victim and its needs usurp everyone else’s.
China’s AI isn’t so much a tool of world domination as a narrowly deployed means of domestic control.
Apple and Google felt South Korea’s legislative wrath last month thanks to a new law that stops software developers from having to use payment platforms tied to their app stores.
China’s lack of self-sufficiency in the equipment, materials and software required to build chips will further complicate capacity expansion.
Hosting an Olympic Games is an economic disaster, even in nonpandemic times. After more than a century and over 50 installments, there are enough case studies to conclude that the home nation is invariably the biggest loser from the world’s largest sporting event. Except in ...
The measures to keep athletes and officials safe from COVID-19 have also heightened mental and emotional pressures.