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AI Liability Risks to Consider

Information Week

Sooner or later, AI may do something unexpected. If it does, blaming the algorithm won't help


How NASA is using knowledge graphs to find talent

Venture Beast

David Meza, senior data scientist at NASA, and his team are building a talent mapping database to better identify talent for jobs. Read More.


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How to Expand Data Governance with Successful Citizen Data Science

Social, Agile and Transformation

How do you get business leaders to participate in data governance programs? Many business leaders still believe that it's IT's issue to fix all the problems when there are data issues.

Intune Filter Evaluation Report Options available for Troubleshooting


Hello - Here is the new HTMD Blog Article for you. Enjoy reading it. Subscribe to YouTube Channel [link]. and Facebook Page to get the latest updates. link]. Read More. The post Intune Filter Evaluation Report Options available for Troubleshooting appeared first on HTMD Blog #1 by Anoop C Nair.

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How to Empower Your Users So You Can Create a Great Product

Speaker: Johanna Rothman, Management Consultant, Rothman Consulting Group

Join Johanna Rothman, Author and Consultant, for her session that will discuss why instead of designing for the users, CTOs and their teams should collaborate with empowered users to create a great product together.

AI Requires a Holistic Framework and Scalable Projects

Information Week

Artificial intelligence and digital transformation projects have a low success rate, but best practices help

Deadline 2024: Why you only have 3 years left to adopt AI

Venture Beast

If your company has yet to embrace AI, you’re in a race against the clock. And by my calculations, you have just three years left. Read More. AI VB Home Page AI adoption category-/Business & Industrial

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MLB will try encrypted transmitters and bone conduction to stop sign stealing

The Verge

Baseball has a sign stealing problem — or at least, a technological one, seeing how reading another team’s pitches is technically legal , but using Apple Watches or telephoto cameras and then suspiciously banging on trash cans is very much not.

Deepfakes: Microsoft and others in Big Tech are working to bring authenticity to videos, photos

Tech Republic Security

If you want people to trust the photos and videos your business puts out, it might be time to start learning how to prove they haven't been tampered with

Why experience-first networking is the future of IT

Venture Beast

The old network-centric way of operating networks simply can’t keep pace with the soaring number of applications, users and devices. Read More.

The Seemingly Cursed Tokyo Olympics Are Now in the Path of a Tropical Storm

GizModo VR

Against all odds, and a one-year delay, the Tokyo Olympics are currently taking place, squaring off against a global pandemic and sweltering heat.


Address the Challenges of Siloed Monitoring Tools

Companies frequently experience monitoring tool sprawl. Find out why monitoring tool sprawl occurs, why it’s a problem for businesses, and the positive business impacts of monitoring tool consolidation.

China's new Loongson CPU is almost as fast as the first Ryzen


Chinese chipmaker Loongson announced a new processor on Friday. In terms of features, the Loongson 3A5000 comes equipped with two DDR4-3200 memory controllers and a dedicated encryption module. It also has four HyperTransport 3.0

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This YouTube channel is using AI to gloriously remaster classic game cutscenes

The Verge

Twenty years ago, when photorealistic games were still just a faraway dream, companies like Square sent our imaginations soaring before we played, with big-budget intros and cutscenes.

How GungHo launched its bubblegum fighting game Ninjala in the pandemic

Venture Beast

Ninjala has had more than 7 million downloads in the past year. GungHo Entertainment is pushing to make it bigger with live operations. Read More.

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With Successful 10th Flight, Ingenuity Has Now Flown More Than a Mile on Mars

GizModo VR

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter successfully completed its 10th flight on Mars on Saturday, bringing its total distance flown on the Red Planet to more than one mile (roughly 1.60 kilometers) and capturing important images to help out its friend, the Perseverance rover. Read more.


A Training Company’s Guide to Selecting an eLearning Platform

Training companies have an opportunity to embrace the change and create meaningful change in their organizations by moving online. Discover the advantages of a digital-first approach, using an eLearning platform.

Olympic gold medal winner shows off her love of The Witcher


As reported by Kotaku, Batsarashkina showed off her love of The Witcher back at the 2016 Rio Olympics when she competed in the 10m Air Pistol event with a wolf medallion hanging from her pants and some Witcher illustrations on her shooting glasses. She won silver five years ago, fittingly enough

The Senate’s E-BIKE Act could make electric bikes a lot cheaper

The Verge

A bill that would offer Americans a refundable tax credit on the purchase of a new electric bicycle was just introduced in the Senate by Ed Markey (D-MA) and Brian Schatz (D-HI).

Low code: A promising trend or a Pandora’s Box?

Venture Beast

The analyst community is having a field day hyping “low code," but several low-code downsides will become clear with time. Read More. VB Home Page category-/Business & Industrial/Business Operations Cognitive World Think Tank low code

Kaseya Is Making Its Customers Sign Non-Disclosure Agreements to Obtain Ransomware Decryption Key

GizModo VR

Kaseya is requiring customers affected by the massive REvil ransomware attack to sign non-disclosure agreements in order to obtain the decryption key, a move that could shroud the incident in further mystery.

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The Beauty and Brains of Actionable Data: How to Go From Concept to Reality

Speaker: Dr. Joe Perez, Senior Systems Analyst at NC Dept. of Health & Human Services, and Chief Technology Officer at SolonTek

Join Dr. Joe Perez, Senior Systems Analyst at NC DHHS, and Chief Technology Officer, SolonTek, to learn how you can capitalize on your ideas by blending internal with external while leveraging them into a cohesive strategy for both the short term and the long term.

Getting ready for 21H2 (and maybe Windows 11)

Computerworld Vertical IT

Microsoft recently announced it’s getting ready to test and release Windows 10, version 21H2. The features included in the release are mostly geared towards businesses, and include: New WPA3 H2E (Hash to element) standards for enhanced Wi-Fi security.

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The Apple Watch Series 6 is $279 at Best Buy and Amazon

The Verge

Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge. The best deal available today is on the 40mm Apple Watch Series 6 with Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity. Usually $399, it’s just $279 at Best Buy through Saturday, July 24th.

Mortal Kombat 11 sells over 12 million copies

Venture Beast

Warner Bros. Games announced today that Mortal Kombat 11 has now sold over 12 million copies worldwide. Read More. GamesBeat category-/Games/Computer & Video Games/Fighting Games console gaming Mortal Kombat 11 PC gaming Warner Bros. Games

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Everything You'll Lose From Windows 10 When You Upgrade to Windows 11

GizModo VR

Windows 11 is on the way, and it’s going to bring with it a new look, new colors , and new features when it becomes available later in the year. But not everything that’s currently in Windows 10 is going to survive the upgrade. Read more.

Does Your Company Need Help Solving These 4 Common eLearning Challenges?

If you want to know how to get ahead of the game and avoid the common mishaps in selling your eLearning courses, you’ve come to the right place! Lambda Solutions has identified the most common and costly challenges faced by eLearning providers today.

How bad is space tourism for the environment? And other space travel questions, answered.

Vox Open Sourced

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos just flew to space. Now he wants more people to come along. | Joe Raedle/Getty Images. Six questions to consider before launching yourself into space. For many, the rise of commercial space tourism is a vulgar display of wealth and power.

Amazon reportedly has a ‘key’ to thousands of apartment buildings in US

The Verge

A promotional image for Amazon Key for Business. Image: Amazon. Amazon’s Key for Business , a system that allows its delivery drivers to gain access to apartment buildings without having to be buzzed in, has been installed in thousands of buildings across the US, according to the Associated Press.

Intel aims to regain chip manufacturing leadership by 2025

Venture Beast

Intel aims to recapture a crown that it had owned for decades and regain technology leadership in manufacturing chips by 2025. Read More. AI Big Data Consumer Enterprise technology VB Home Page Amazon Web Services chips Intel Manufacturing Qualcomm

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Netflix's Bone Has a 'Dream Team' Adapting the Classic Comic

GizModo VR

That life seemingly skipped from 2019 to 2021 in a blink of an eye has been both good and bad for Netflix’s animated adaptation of the classic comic series Bone. On one hand, there’s a very good chance in the past year you may have forgotten this was even a thing.


Cloud-Scale Monitoring With AWS and Datadog

In this eBook, find out the benefits and complexities of migrating workloads to AWS, and services that AWS offers for containers and serverless computing.

Patch Tuesday, 'C release' updates to continue for Windows 11

Computerworld Vertical IT

Microsoft has confirmed that the upcoming Windows 11 will be serviced on a monthly basis using the same practices the company has honed with Windows 10.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is an impressive Xbox Series X workout

The Verge

Nothing has pushed my PC further than Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Cloud-native RPA architecture drives Automation Anywhere’s strategy

Venture Beast

Cloud-native RPA architecture is driving key innovations in the public space while Automation Anywhere takes the RPA world by storm. Read More.

Don't Worry, the Bob's Burgers Movie Is Still Happening

GizModo VR

Though fans of Bob’s Burgers have a new season to look forward to, many have been wondering what’s going on with the Bob’s Burgers movie that was announced back in 2019—before it, like many productions, was waylaid by the ongoing covid-19 pandemic.

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Best Practices for Creating Long-Lasting and Continuous Discovery Habits

Speaker: Teresa Torres, Internationally Acclaimed Author, Speaker, and Coach at

Join internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and coach Teresa Torres as she explores the what, how, and why behind creating continuous discovery habits that give your team a clear benchmark to aspire to.