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Digital Wellbeing: Are You Having a Safe Internet Day?

IT Toolbox

Internet safety is a social and mental issue as much as it is technological. Safer Internet Day was created in 2004 to address these challenges and spread awareness of what is one of the most indispensable aspects of being online. The post Digital Wellbeing: Are You Having a Safe Internet Day?

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Spend On Generative AI Will Grow 36% Annually To 2030

Forrester IT

Generative AI’s meteoric rise can be compared to the launch of social media, the smartphone, and the internet.

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Mozilla highlights AI bias and ‘addiction by design’ tech in internet health report

CTOvision

Mozilla today released the 2019 Internet Health Report, an analysis that brings together insights from 200 experts to examine issues central to the future of the internet. ll calls “addiction by design” tech, like social media apps and […].

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The Supreme Court showdown over social media “censorship,” explained

Vox

. | Alex Wong/Getty Images A rogue federal court effectively put the Republican Party in charge of social media, and now the justices have to deal with this mess. Yet, while the Fifth Circuit’s approach to social media has been partisan and hackish, these cases raise genuinely difficult policy questions.

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How CIOs Can Use Social Media To Further Their Career

The Accidental Successful CIO

CIOs need to use social media to connect with other professionals Image Credit: Jason Howie. It turns out that the answer might be right before us: social media. What a CIO needs to remember when they start to venture into the scary online world of social media is that they are going to want to not share too much.

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Socialization on the verge of Web 3.0: Social computing

Dataconomy

Social computing is a branch of computer science that studies how people interact with computers and computational systems. Computing is inherently a social activity. Today, a computer that is not connected to the internet appears to be broken—what can we do.

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2020: The year the internet didn’t crash

GeekWire

But it could have been worse: the internet could have crashed, or not been there at all. Just look at how much of our lives shifted to the internet as a result of the pandemic. Imagine what things would have been like without the internet. Commentary: Yes, 2020 really sucked. Video conferencing numbers demonstrate the reality.

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