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(Reuters) - Translation tools from Alphabet Inc's Google and other companies could be contributing to significant misunderstanding of legal terms with conflicting meanings such as "enjoin," according to research due to be presented at an academic workshop on Monday.
An app is being developed to analyse the digital activity of a teenager over time, such as their text messages, search history and social media use for signals that they could be on the path to a mental health challenge.
A global epidemic of digital extortion known as ransomware is crippling local governments, hospitals, school districts and businesses by scrambling their data files until they pay up. Law enforcement has been largely powerless to stop it.
They claim it could be useful to ‘identify and filter sensitive information from online news media’. China’s Internet is tightly controlled and the government relies on a huge army of censors to vet content.
More than a year after Malawian driver Matthew was hit by a car while delivering food on his motorbike in South Africa, he lives with a shooting pain in his foot and fears for his life every time he hits the road.
Microsoft Corp is making a massive bet on health-care artificial intelligence.
After China imposed a record antitrust fine on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, the e-commerce giant did an unusual thing: It thanked regulators.
Asia’s most valuable company has set its sights on a billion-dollar eSports arena that already boasts more regular viewers than the National Basketball Association or the National Football League.
One gang of cybercriminals extorted at least US$75mil (RM309.86mil) from private sector companies, local governments and hospitals, a former NSA contractor concluded in a months-long study released on April 7, an alarming sign of the potential financial rewards for online attacks.
The US Supreme Court on April 5 handed Google a major win in a long-running copyright battle with Oracle, ruling that the use of the Java programming language for the Android mobile operating system was “fair use”.