Half of Americans do not trust the federal government or social media sites to protect their data.
Against the backdrop of a "techlash", the CEO of Microsoft called for new global norms on privacy, data and Artificial Intelligence.
And you thought red-light cameras were bad...
- The coalition argues that government agencies might abuse facial recognition technology.
- Google and Microsoft have expressed concern about the potential problems of facial recognition technology.
- Meanwhile, Amazon has been actively marketing the technology to law enforcement agencies in the U.S.
The $480 million contract could lead the company to make more than 100,000 augmented reality headsets for the military.
- Microsoft is set to make prototypes of AR headsets that will feature capabilities including night vision, thermal sensing and instruments that measure vital signs.
- The military already uses AR in some applications, but it's yet to implement the relatively new technology on a large scale.
- It's unclear whether Microsoft employees will protest the recently announced contract.
Anyone can develop a great eye for design, according to the designer who led the team that created the iPod.
Posting and discussing examples of bad design has recently become a curiously popular online hobby. The subreddit r/crappydesign, perhaps the mecca of ridiculing design faux pas, boasts nearly 700,000 subscribers and features posts like an elevator with completely unordered buttons and a height chart that's placed several feet off the ground. (r/crappydesign's motto, for the record, is: "MAY THE COMIC SANS AND LENS FLARES FLOW UNFILTERED}".)
He created Windows and made billions of dollars. But that wouldn't have happened if it weren't for a few small things in his early life.