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    1. Hackers Have Already Started To Weaponise Artificial Intelligence

      Hackers Have Already Started To Weaponise Artificial Intelligence

      Tweet Illustration: Sam Woolley/Gizmodo Last year, two data scientists from security firm ZeroFOX conducted an experiment to see who was better at getting Twitter users to click on malicious links, humans or an artificial intelligence. The researchers taught an AI to study the behaviour of social network users, and then design and implement its own phishing bait.

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      Mentions: Darpa China Russia
    2. Google Home: Australian Review

      Google Home: Australian Review

      Read more There is a touch-sensitive panel on the top of the Google Home which you can tap to activate the mics — if you're sick of saying "OK Google" over and over. You can also run your finger around in a clockwise or counterclockwise motion to change the speaker's volume. Beyond that, there's only a power jack for the Home's DC electricity input; you can use the Google Chromecast Ethernet adapter if you really want hard-wired internet on the speaker.

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      Mentions: Australia Google Siri
    3. GOP Data Firm Accidentally Leaks Personal Details Of Nearly 200 Million American Voters

      GOP Data Firm Accidentally Leaks Personal Details Of Nearly 200 Million American Voters

      GOP Data Firm Accidentally Leaks Personal Details Of Nearly 200 Million American Voters Dell Cameron and Kate Conger Jun 20, 2017, 12:30pm Political data gathered on more than 198 million US citizens was exposed this month after a marketing firm contracted by the Republican National Committee stored internal documents on a publicly accessible Amazon server. Photo: Getty The data leak contains a wealth of personal information on roughly 61 per cent of the US population.

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    4. The Celebrity Edge Is The World's Most High-Tech Cruise Ship

      The Celebrity Edge Is The World's Most High-Tech Cruise Ship

      Tweet Image: Celebrity Cruises Imagine being able to walk onto a floating luxury hotel, from shore to your suite's door, without having to pull out your passport or swipe a key card. Controlling everything — from your room's lighting to a reservation at a restaurant or club or booking a tour of the next destination you're sailing to — from your phone. And all of this on a ship designed from sea level up using the most modern construction techniques both within and without.

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      Mentions: Miami Gizmodo
    5. In Five Years, Cars Will Be Almost Creepily Smart | Gizmodo Australia

      In Five Years, Cars Will Be Almost Creepily Smart | Gizmodo Australia

      Tweet Image: Ford At Mobile World Congress, Ford took the opportunity to share some research it conducted with RWTH Aachen University in Germany. Nearly 90 per cent of new cars in 2022 are expected to include some kind of voice recognition tech, and 75 per cent will be connected to the internet. Combine those two and you've got a car that you can speak to to shuffle your calendar around when you're stuck in traffic.

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    6. Nvidia Has Come A Long Way, From Gaming Graphics To Self-Driving AI

      Nvidia Has Come A Long Way, From Gaming Graphics To Self-Driving AI

      Tweet Nvidia started out as a graphics card company. Nvidia basically invented the performance GPU. But Nvidia does a lot more than desktop graphics these days. VR, AR, mixed reality, self-driving and autonomous vehicles, deep learning neural networks — all these use technology that started out running the first 3D-accelerated PC games 20 years ago. Jen-Hsun Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia, is one of the driving forces behind the $56 billion company.

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    7. Deals: Learn How To Master AI With This Bundle

      Deals: Learn How To Master AI With This Bundle

      Tweet Have you ever wondered how Siri knows what you’re saying, or how a self-driving car knows when to turn? The answer lies with Machine Learning, the new frontier for AI technology. If you want to discover what’s driving the next wave of AI innovations, then you need to pick up the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Bundle . From cluster analysis to decision trees, this collection is loaded with training for today’s Machine Learning applications.

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      Mentions: Gizmodo Siri
    8. A New Yahoo AI Can Detect Online Abuse, But Automation Isn't The Answer

      A New Yahoo AI Can Detect Online Abuse, But Automation Isn't The Answer

      twitter Online harassment is a serious, but tough problem to try and solve. There is a need for a new system that can ease the burden on moderators who have to comb through those reports. As someone who was once responsible for doing that for a local news station (a much smaller venue than, say, Twitter), I can sympathise with the toll seeing all those racist, abusive messages takes on your psyche. It sucks.

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    9. The Future Of Cars: How Your Phone And Car Will Become Inseparable

      The Future Of Cars: How Your Phone And Car Will Become Inseparable

      twitter The pace of development in the automotive world is fast . New cars are out every few months, and even in affordable vehicles we’re seeing new and innovative technologies appearing on a regular basis. Just about the only thing evolving faster is the smartphones that we carry around in our pockets. Soon enough, the communication between your car and your phone will become more unified than ever.

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      Mentions: Apple Tesla Bluetooth
    10. Here's What Happened To All Of Marissa Mayer's Yahoo Acquisitions

      Here's What Happened To All Of Marissa Mayer's Yahoo Acquisitions

      twitter Yahoo, the once-vaunted internet giant, is in shambles. Its revenue is in decline. Its shareholders are crying foul. Its prized public faces are scrambling for an exit, and the company is in the process of laying off 15 per cent of its workforce. Its core business — internet search and advertising — is negatively valued . Looming over all of this is a prospective sale of the company’s core assets, bids for which have reportedly reached more than $US5 ($7) billion .

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