Re-decentralizing search engines will improve access to information, says SingularityNET CEO

TORONTO — A decentralized internet, resembling the early days of the internet when no one had to rely on governmental and corporate servers, will not only improve basic search engine capabilities, but change how people access information, says Ben Goertzel, CEO of SingularityNET. “Redecentralizing web search will radically lead to growth beyond web search, it […]

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Hashtag Trending – Trump shut down on Twitter habits; U.S. senators’ identities were stolen for comments on net neutrality; Apple Watches find new function

A United States federal judge has deemed it unconstitutional for Trump to block users on Twitter, two U.S. senators’ identities were stolen in order to make fraudulent comments on net neutrality, and employees are turning to Apple Watches to keep up to date when they cannot look at their phones during work. From Twitter – […]

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Cyber Security Today: Tougher European privacy rules coming, another computer processor bug found

Tougher European privacy rules coming, another computer processor bug found and Roaming Mantis malware spreads We’re bringing you the latest cyber security news Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Wednesday May 23rd. To hear the podcast, click on the arrow below:     This week you’ll be hearing a lot about corporate privacy policies because […]

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Hashtag Trending – UK hospitals adopt AI, Mark Zuckerberg testifies in Europe, Tesla Model 3 fails initial review

UK hospitals are planning to use artificial intelligence for some routine healthcare tasks, Mark Zuckerberg testifies in front of European Parliament, and Tesla’s new Model 3 fails reviews. First up from Reddit is news that one of the UK’s biggest hospitals is planning on turning to AI to carry out tasks traditionally performed by doctors […]

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