A new study shows that facial recognition software assumes that black faces are angrier than white faces, even when they’re smiling.
Picture Source In some industries, one corporation has a monopoly on the market. In most other marketplaces, however, several companies fight for the attention of potential customers. Every business has their own slice of the market. But the smallest change can pull more of the target audience towards one company over another. It all depends…
For example, under the GDPR, users have the right to see their personal data and, if they would like, have it removed.
Come for the unique, data-driven look at your favorite football team (plus all the teams you hate), stay for the dope elevator music.
Victorian mores influenced ideas not just about men and women but animals too.
How do we benefit from drones without giving up our privacy, civil rights and humanity in the process?
Micah Greene discovers first hand that you don’t have the right to your own data that is contained within the PRISM software.
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What kinds of home remodeling jobs increase the value of your home most for your investment?
As cool as Apple’s personal data assistant is, there’s one part of it you might not like …
Anonymous is planning to take down Facebook on November 5th. Be ready. Don’t lose all of your data.
PS3 and Vita seem very similar to Wii U according to new info.
How can a guy with degrees from Cambridge and Yale manage to lose the home page on his browser?
Apps and code, hard drives and speedy processors, Technophilia gives you all the details on the world of technology and the future. These are the technology stories from the It’s Komplicated June 29th webcast.
“We’re not targeting Nintendo,” the [hacking] group said in a message posted to Twitter over the weekend. “We like the N64 (gaming console) too much — we sincerely hope Nintendo plugs the gap.”
When free time meets footage and music software … the results can be … fascinating!