Well, it’s seemingly official. We Australians are not comfortable in sharing our take of the news online, as research indicates we care too much about what people think about us.
We’ve all been too drunk in the back of an Uber, but a patent filed by the company might put a clamp on our good times for good.
It’s official. No longer will you have to misplace your licence, as NSW is set to go digital. But how safe is the rollout?
The number of ultra-violent streams of Facebook has been able to grow because of the justifications we make. However, if we allow an AI to make the decision is that a solution?
Sadly, revenge porn is a reality in the modern age. However, how do we protect ourselves from it, and what laws exist to punish those who participate in it?
Over in the US, they’ve created an AI that can identify internet trolls. However, if the AI excludes them from polite conversation, does that not cure the headache by chopping off the head?
Over in China, one school decided to measure the gestures of their students to assist their learning. Surely this system can’t be abused, right?
Recently, the US government released all the 3,000 Facebook election ads that came from Russia. While everyone can now view them, here’s what we learned.
The Royal Wedding is almost upon us. With so many faces expected to show, one broadcaster is using AI to fill in the gaps.
Over in the UK, one study discovered that a robot aced a common counselling technique. In fact, participants found it much easier speaking to someone who they feel won’t judge them.
Chairman Wow. Google has just debuted their AI technology that they hope will be the personal assistants of tomorrow. The demonstrations will blow your tiny mind.
Sometimes to kick a habit, all we need is a gentle prod. Or in this case, a subdermal electronic snitch.
We sat down with Eddie Lees, CEO of Now Sorted, the service that looks to supply their clients the important data and documentation they require in times of crisis.
This week, we’ve discovered two things. Facebook has no control over itself, and Congress has no idea how to police it. What we need is an impartial regulatory body, and we need it now.
For many of us, the issue of digital privacy is a vexing one. We’re not entirely sure about how much we still have, so we’re unsure how hard we should fight to maintain it.
After Facebook revealed that a number of Australian users were involved in the Cambridge Analytica leak, the government has launched into action. Game on.
Over Grand Prix weekend, Kaspersky Lab announced their partnership with Crime Stoppers to offer Australians an education on the realities of modern cybercrime. It was certainly that.
I’ll admit it. I feared the possibilities of AI, until I saw two of them hold a conversation. The only thing we should fear, is the dinner parties ruined in the future.
Networkish finally brings networking into the 21st century. We spoke with Kristina and Michelle to explain their app, and how it can work for you.
The massive Facebook leak again brings the question of data safety to the fore. Is it possible to assume that they’ll do the right thing, or is that naive?
In developing tech news, those of Facebook are constructing a selfie robot. Because, reasons?