Machine learning solutions that can detect violence and conflict on social media are helping keep school districts safe.
While the tech giant is moving towards luxury, its business strategies might cut out future generations of end users, and see a plummet in sales.
This week, August 27th-31st, 2018: How AR fits into enterprise, digital detox promoting productivity, Virginia arms teachers, and more.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, August 31, 2018? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
If a bill passes, California will require businesses to include women in their boardrooms, or pay a fine.
A group of female Saudi Arabian developers won first place at the world’s largest hackathon, Hajj Hackathon.
The rural Virginia county is the first in the state to approve arming teachers, which the governor has denounced since the school board’s initial proposal.
The commonwealth of Massachusetts will experience reduced power bills and carbon emissions with the offshore Vineyard Wind project.
The speedy development of AI over the past decade has made us both comfortable with and wary of the way machines understand us through data, and there are a lot of questions mounting on how to build trust between AI developers and the ordinary citizens providing data every day.
After conducting studies on virtual reality, researchers learn that the technology is a useful teacher when physical spaces aren’t available.