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Open Source Software
Globally, Android operating software is used in the majority of today’s smartphones, even beating out Apple’s iOS. One of Android’s biggest benefits is the operating software’s capability for in-depth customization. Manufacturers exploit this feature to create customized software that ships with their phones, packed with tailored features and themes. Additionally, Android users can further personalize […]
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Multi-factor authentication
The standard for gaining access to an electronic device, account, or platform has historically been through providing the correct username and password combination. The problem with usernames and passwords is that they are becoming easier for cybercriminals to crack. In fact, 86% of breaches are related to stolen credentials, or in other words, passwords. Over […]
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What You Need to Know About Microservcies
The term “microservices” has become almost inescapable in the software development world. Developing large, complex, and layered applications have never been simple, and microservices offer an architectural framework that makes the job much easier. More and more development projects have undertaken microservices in recent years, with largely positive results so far. In fact, for many […]
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Social Audio.
“Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” was released to theaters a couple of weeks ago and chronicled Bourdain’s life through thousands of hours of video footage and audio. In addition to the footage and audio, the film’s creators also asked a software company to generate an AI version of Anthony Bourdain’s voice. The reaction has […]
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Business Women Pointing at Camera
Women have long been underrepresented in the tech industry. In fact, women currently account for only 28.8% of workers in the field. Furthermore, a study found that only 22% of students can name a famous female working in technology, while 66% can identify a renowned male. However, women have made significant, innovative contributions to the […]
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June 2020 saw the announcement from Elon Musk’s non-profit company, OpenAI, stating that GPT-2 was upgrading to GPT-3. GPT-3 is a language model built upon artificial intelligence, deep learning, and cognitive capabilities. The 21st century continues to move closer towards artificial intelligence that performs and learns intricate tasks just like any human. And at the forefront is GPT-3, […]
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Infrastructure as Code (IaC) is the latest in a wave of technological advances assisting system administrators and IT infrastructure. Before the growing involvement of utilizing the cloud, system administrators had to get much more hands-on when manually configuring hardware and software. Over the past decade or so, more and more enterprises have faced scaling issues […]
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Deepfake Technology
Recently Tom Cruise probably woke up to find trending videos of himself playing golf and performing magic tricks for TikTok that he has no recollection of ever recording. But, unlike a plot out of a Hollywood blockbuster where the main character struggles to remember their murky past, Tom Cruise never actually recorded these videos. 2 […]
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While products usually make the highlights of CES, the spotlight shines brightest on the best of emerging tech that powers them.
Last week we showcased some of the best product innovations generating buzz out of the virtual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year. While products usually make the highlights of the show, the spotlight shines brightest on the technology that powers them. Most illuminating is how emerging technology evolves in the context of unchartered, innovative applications. […]
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