GOOGLE SAYS IT WOULD COST TOO MUCH TO GATHER WAGE GAP DATA:
The department of labor will keep bothering Google for the salary records because the tech titan keeps joining the handover. These record can be proved at once and Mountain View truly pays women a lot less then it does mean. The labor department is blaming the big G of “systemic compensation disparities against women pretty much across the entire workforce” and it sues the company for its salary information.
RESEARCHERS FIND A MORE EFFECTIVE WAY TO TEST SELF-DRIVING CARS:
It is very difficult to test self-driving cars. Even when you drive the car hundreds of thousands of miles under your belt. The researcher will assume that the experience will gain that on the Fast track, however, they can develop the speed-up testing process and achieve the lots of amount in a short period of time.
WHEN IS GOOGLE’S BIRTHDAY? WHEN DOES THE SEARCH ENGINE CELEBRATE ITS BIRTHDAY?:
Google’s birthday has shifted around for years but is celebrated on September 27, currently. The company founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998 traditionally marks its birthday on Google homepage on Google homepage on September 27. The exact year of Google’s “birth” depends on how you measure it.
GOOGLE’S ALPHAGO RETIRES FROM COMPETITION:
To assume that AlphaGo had a great run in the competition Go place would be an understatement. It has just overcome the world’s number 1 Go player, Ke Jie, in a three-part match. Now there is no prove left that the AI executing its boots and leaving the world of competition Go back.
BEST SSD TO BUY IN 2017 – BEST SOLID STATE DRIVES TO BUY IN PAKISTAN:
The CPU performance is becoming faster and his new unforeseen heights, processors, increasingly spend time waiting on data from hard drives. It is the most important fact which makes faster storage necessary along with faster processors. In this article, we offer SSD buying advice, before getting into the nitty-gritty of SSD reviews. These are our reviews of the best SSDs; you can buy in the Pakistan in 2017.
SECOND-GEN MOTO 360 SMARTWATCHES WILL GET ANDROID WEAR 2.0 SOON:
A group of smartwatches got Andriod Wear 2.0 when it finally launches in April, but sadly Moto was not of them. The company has promised for their availability of their use. Motorola Support’s Twitter account has let be seen that the OS will be updated soon start rolling to the second generation of Moto 360s in phases–it might have even started yesterday, which mean some peoples are already started to update their devices.
SMARTCAR CONNECTS FACEBOOK’S CHATBOT TO YOUR TESLA:
We have seen AI-powered chatbots are used in most of the things and now a company called Smartcar has launched specially for the Tesla electric vehicles. Through Tesla’s mobile application Owners can easily access any number of specialties and by logging via TeslaBot, where they can open the facebook messenger for ask questions or send commands.
RASPBERRY PI IS MERGING WITH A CODING FOUNDATION:
Raspberry PI’s credit sized computers can be helped to start coding with a violent change of government. Has a good feeling to their low price, major companies like Google and VMWare are also distributed thousand of DIY boards for all the children’s in the world and hope that it will encourage the computer scientist of the next generation.
THOUSANDS DISRUPTED AS FLIGHTS AXED AMID IT CRASH:
Serious problems with British Airways’ IT systems have led to thousands of passengers having their plans disrupted, after all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick were cancelled. Passengers described “chaotic” scenes at the airports, with some criticising BA for a lack of information.
STEPHEN FRY’S WARNING FOR THE WEB:
Stephen Fry has issued a stark warning to prepare for the internet of the future, or face the worst of science fiction’s predictions. The actor and comedian was giving a lecture at the Hay Festival in Powys, when he made the claims.
SAFER SOCIAL NETWORKS AND RETRO PHONES:
Well I say brand new, but in fact the Nokia 3310 is a retread of a much loved old model. It’s very much not a smartphone – instead it is aimed at people who mainly want to call and text on a phone that will easily last a week without a recharge.
‘DEAD PEOPLE’ SIGNING FCC CONSULTATION:
A campaign group has complained to the US Federal Communications Commission over its refusal to erase fake comments from a consultation on net neutrality. Fight for the Future’s complaint is signed by 14 people who say their details were used without permission to file anti-net neutrality views.
DISNEY’S BOB IGER SAYS THE FILM HACK THREAT WAS A HOAX:
You may remember Disney’s boss revealing that hackers had threatened to leak one of the studio’s new films unless it paid a ransom. Bob Iger didn’t name the film, but it was thought to be Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
SUBTITLING SYSTEMS CONTAIN ‘WIDESPREAD’ SECURITY THREAT:
Film fans could be vulnerable to attack by hackers who hide malicious code inside files that provide subtitles, a security firm has warned. Checkpoint Software found loopholes in the way four popular media players handle subtitles.
ONLINE EXTREMISM ‘MUST BE TACKLED’:
Theresa May will urge world leaders to do more to combat online extremism, saying the fight against so-called Islamic State is “moving from the battlefield to the internet”.
APPLE’S JONATHAN IVE SAYS IMMIGRATION VITAL FOR UK FIRMS:
The UK must keep its doors open to top talent from around the world if its technology firms are to thrive, Apple’s chief designer has told the BBC. Sir Jonathan Ive, who has just been appointed Chancellor of the Royal College of Art, also said that technology hubs like Silicon Valley had a “tremendous cultural diversity”.
GOOGLE AL DEFEATS HUMAN GO CHAMPION:
Google’s DeepMind AlphaGo artificial intelligence has defeated the world’s number one Go player Ke Jie. AlphaGo secured the victory after winning the second game in a three-part match.