Study flaws might be obscuring the role of personality in human-robot interactions

Venture Beast

Researchers at the University of Michigan find flaws in previous studies investigating the role personality plays in human-health care robot interactions.

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NIST study finds that masks defeat most facial recognition algorithms

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AI Big Data Business Dev ai artificial intelligence category-/Science facial clasification facial recognition machine learning masks National Institutes of Science and Technology NIST Report studyA National Institutes of Science and Technology found that 89 commercial facial recognition algorithms were defeated by masks. Read More.

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Study: Cloud Migration Gaining Momentum

Information Week

A new survey finds that organizations plan to migrate the majority of their applications to the cloud over the next year. Microservices and SRE are also gaining steam

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Cybersecurity Perception Study shows increasing admiration for those in the profession

Tech Republic Security

The study by (ISC)² also finds a global shortage of 4.07 million

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Best Practices for a Marketing Database Cleanse

As frustrating as contact and account data management can be, this is still your database – a massive asset to your organization, even if it is rife with holes and inaccurate information. Entrusting a vendor to help maintain its accuracy and completeness is no ordinary engagement. Download ZoomInfo’s latest data-driven eBook aimed to help marketing leaders understand the best practices around choosing a B2B contact data provider.

Scientists Flag 'Inconsistencies' in Russian Vaccine Study

GizModo VR

A group of scientists is questioning the only available study so far supporting a controversial vaccine candidate for the coronavirus that causes covid-19, which is being developed by the Russian government.

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Experian’s Data Breach Preparedness Study: Increased Investments in Security Aren’t Stopping Breaches

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Experian® released its seventh annual corporate preparedness study, Is Your Company Ready for a Big Data Breach?, While corporations today are more knowledgeable about security threats and prepared to respond to data breaches, there are key areas in which progress declined in 2019. revealing that cybercriminals may still be one step ahead of companies’ security […].

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Study: Most enterprise IoT transactions are unencrypted

Network World

Of the millions of enterprise- IoT transactions examined in a recent study, the vast majority were sent without benefit of encryption, leaving the data vulnerable to theft and tampering. The research by cloud-based security provider Zscaler found that about 91.5 percent of transactions by internet of things devices took place over plaintext, while 8.5 percent were encrypted with SSL.

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Cyber security not a priority for most sectors, study finds

Computer Weekly

Despite data breaches costing UK firms nearly £30bn in 2016, cyber security is still not a priority for most UK industry sectors, a study has revealed

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Researchers: AI Behavior Should Be Studied

Information Week

As AI and underlying technologies such as machine learning and deep learning spread, we need to create a field of study that examines machine behavior

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New Study Shows We Actually Do Live in Hell

GizModo VR

The climate crisis is bringing hellish conditions to the U.S. Drought? Heat waves? Big time. And when those two forms of extreme weather transpiring at the same time, the combination is devastating. Just look at what we’re seeing with the record-breaking wildfires out West. Read more.

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Five Essential Pieces of a Prospecting Solution

As organizations chase new revenue targets, B2B sales leaders must examine cutting edge prospecting solutions that proactively help reps identify, connect with, and close qualified buyers faster. This eBook aims to help B2B sales leaders better understand the five essential features your prospecting solution must include.

Oh Crap, Major UN Climate Study Finds

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The United Nations (UN) has a new report out that says what many of us already know in our bones: The world is on f **g fire , and it’s going to get worse unless we act. Read more. they call it global warming for a reason united nations heat

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NYU study: Facebook?s content moderation efforts are ?grossly inadequate?

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In a scathing indictment of Facebook's content moderation practices, a new study says outsourcing is a key reason the company's efforts are failing. Read More. Business Social category-/News

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Enterprise adoption of encryption accelerating, study shows

Computer Weekly

Cloud adoption and escalating threats are accelerating adoption of encryption, a study has revealed

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DevOps largely failing to improve security, study shows

Computer Weekly

Despite the promise of improved application security, DevOps is failing to deliver due to some key barriers, an HPE study shows

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Study finds misconfigured cloud storage services in 93% of cloud deployments analyzed

Tech Republic Security

An Accurics study said cloud breaches will likely increase in velocity and scale as more enterprises move to the cloud

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Most businesses vulnerable to cyber attacks through firmware, study shows

Computer Weekly

Company culture and overall attitude to security is a major contribution to vulnerability to cyber attack through firmware, a study by Isaca has revealed

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PNAS Editor Acknowledges Controversy of Facebook Study

CTOvision

As a private company Facebook was under no obligation” to observe these standards, said Mr. Verma, and the editors at PNAS determined that publicizing the study was appropriate despite Facebook’s secrecy. The largest digital companies likely know much more than many Americans would think – and following the reaction to this study, companies will likely be hesitant to make public the extent of their information. By Shannon Perry.

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Trust issues stifling digital economy growth, study shows

Computer Weekly

Businesses that have products and services based on trust have a significant opportunity to future-proof their business, but those who do not risk being side-lined, a study shows

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Global spending on digital marketing nears $100 billion: study

CTOvision

44% growth is huge, especially in a market sized in billions of dollars. Spending on digital marketing grew by 44% last year in the US and Britain to $52 billion, with global spending on “martech” estimated to near a whopping $100 billion. The Moore Stephens survey covered 800 companies in North America, the Asia-Pacific, and Europe […]. News The Boardroom

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Scientific study reveals Bitcoin is not dominant in cryptocurrency market

Computer Weekly

Study into the ecology of cryptocurrencies has found that investors only consider market share when buying

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Several Fish Can Secretly Walk on Land, Study Suggests

GizModo VR

A surprising number of hillstream loaches—a family of Asian fish—are capable of walking on land using all four limbs, according to a new study. It’s a discovery that could explain how some of the earliest animals managed to stroll on solid ground. Read more.

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Businesses underprepared for GDPR, study shows

Computer Weekly

Lack of consumer and regulatory understanding, combined with low technical and cultural preparedness, represents a major threat to revenue and brand value, according to a Symantec state of privacy report

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Climbing Mount Everest Has Gotten Easier, Study Finds

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The study found the success rate of climbing the highest mountain on Earth has doubled in the last decade relative to years past, while the… Read more. Climbing Mount Everest is one of the hardest athletic feats a person can do.

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Large Study Finds Link Between Hair Dye And a Certain Type of Breast Cancer

GizModo VR

A new large population study looks to clarify the theorized connection between hair dye and cancer. The study found no link between ever using hair dye and an increased risk of most types of cancer in women.

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Long way before AI systems take over humans jobs: Study

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Artificial intelligence (AI) systems have a long way to go before they can take over tasks and jobs traditionally performed by people, say scientists who highlighted the severe limitations of deep learning computer networks. Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the US conducted various experiments which showed that it is easy to […]. Artificial Intelligence News

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Early Experts Study Guide for Microsoft Specialist Certification Exam 70-534, Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions

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This exam study guide is intended as a study reference tool to assist experienced architects with preparing for Microsoft Specialist certification via Exam 70-534, Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions. These are the same study resources that I am personally using to prepare for Exam 70-534 myself, so I’ve already taken time to proof and review each and every resource.( 70-534 study guide architect Certification Microsoft Azure EarlyExperts

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The FDA Approved Prescription Opioids Without Critical Safety Data, Study Says

GizModo VR

The Food and Drug Administration has been lax in how it’s approved prescription opioid treatments dating back to the late 1990s, according to a new study out Monday.

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UK lags behind Europe in digital risk awareness, study shows

Computer Weekly

UK business leaders are overly optimistic and less aware of digital risks than their European counterparts, a study has revealed

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Monumental DNA Study Reveals Secrets of North American Mastodons

GizModo VR

A new paper published today offers surprising insight into the American mastodon and its reactions to a changing environment.

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'Brain-Boosting' Supplements Are Full of Unapproved, Untested Drugs, Study Finds

GizModo VR

The study not only detected drugs unapproved in the U.S. Supplements that supposedly improve brain health and functioning, known as nootropics, often contain unapproved and potentially unsafe drugs, according to new research published Wednesday.

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Ancient Antarctic Ice Sheet Loss Dwarfs Modern Melting, Study Finds

Gizmodo

He and six other scientists with the University of Cambridge were setting off as part of an expedition to study the ancient patterns of ice sheet retreat along the… Read more.

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The Pandemic Is Taking a Heavy Toll on Our Mental Health, Study Finds

GizModo VR

A new study out Wednesday is the latest to show that the covid-19 pandemic is taking a heavy toll on Americans’ mental health.

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One in four Wi-Fi hotspots vulnerable to attack, study finds

Computer Weekly

At least one in four Wi-Fi hotspots are open to attack, a study by Kaspersky Lab reveals

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In Controversial Study, Facebook Investigates Networks of Emotions

CTOvision

A recent political opinion study conducted by the American Institute for Behavioral Research and Technology found that altering individual news feeds has the potential to influence political opinions vis-à-vis election candidates – and could ultimately influence the outcomes of elections themselves. According to many online sources, Facebook users were not pleased by the study. His defense continued with an emphasis of the limited time-frame of the study (one week).

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Coronavirus Antibodies Can Last at Least Four Months, Large Iceland Study Finds

GizModo VR

A new study from Iceland provides reassurance that our antibodies to the coronavirus that causes covid-19 can last at least four months—assuming that we produce them in the first place.

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Software Defined Perimeter, Cloud Security Alliance: Coca-Cola Case Study

CTOvision

Coca-Cola was used as a case study. On September 30 th Sierra Ventures hosted their 9th CIO summit in Palo Alto, CA. One of the many topics coved at the event was software defined perimeter and cloud security alliance. Alan Boehme , the acting CISO at Coca-Cola. Ed Steinike , the CIO at Coca-Cola, and Bob Flores , the former CTO of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a partner at our parent firm Cognitio were the key presenters.

Study reveals employees’ fears over digital change

Computer Weekly

Many employees are fearful of the job risk associated with automation and company-wide digital transformation initiatives

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University of Michigan study advocates ban of facial recognition in schools

Venture Beast

A new study from researchers at the University of Michigan advocates for a ban on facial recognition technologies in schools. Read More. AI Big Data Business Dev Security Social ai artificial intelligence category-/Jobs & Education/Education/Colleges & Universities category-/People & Society facial recognition machine learning Michigan University research The University of Michigan

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Names like Tesla's 'Autopilot' are dangerously misleading, study shows

Mashable VR

A new American Automobile Association (AAA) study released late Wednesday found that, actually, yes: What we call the programs and systems in our vehicles actually matters.

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How to Increase AWS Certifications by 50% | Rackspace Case Study

Linux Academy

The post How to Increase AWS Certifications by 50% | Rackspace Case Study appeared first on Linux Academy Blog. Amazon Web Services Cloud AWS Certifications case study RackspaceRackspace is a global leader in IT services that helps businesses tap into the power of cloud computing and provides managed hosting services across public and private clouds.

Why Scientists Should Use Magic to Study Animal Intelligence

GizModo VR

Scientists should use magic tricks to better understand animal intelligence and perception, argue a team of researchers in a new paper. The idea makes sense, particularly when humans and animals can be fooled by the same illusion. Read more.

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