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Microsoft Corp conducted an investigation Bill Gates’s alleged affair with an employee almost two decades ago, though he stepped down before it was completed.
The shock announcement that billionaire philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates are to divorce after 27 years of marriage has raised questions about the future of their hugely influential charity.
Bill and Melinda Gates, who for decades have overseen one of history’s greatest fortunes and philanthropic operations, said they plan to divorce. Bill and Melinda Gates said on May 3 that they were divorcing after 27 years of marriage.
China’s first facial-recognition lawsuit comes to an end with new ruling and new questions about the fate of individuals’ data
State media said that people can now ‘bravely say no to facial recognition’. The court did not examine whether the Hangzhou Safari Park could continue to refuse customers entry if they do not provide facial data.
As cases of violence against women and girls have surged in South Asia in recent years, authorities have introduced harsher penalties and expanded surveillance networks, including facial recognition systems, to prevent such crimes.
Calling on the services of a robot to make a reservation or to buy something online is already a day-to-day occurrence.
Facial recognition technologies installed in at least a dozen government-funded schools in Delhi are an “overreach” by Indian authorities and an invasion of children’s privacy, digital rights advocates said on Tuesday.
Trainspotters have taken to social media to build a tighter community and creatively showcase their work while pushing the hobby forward.
Hackers attacked military-run government websites in Myanmar on Feb 18 as a cyber war erupted after authorities shut down the Internet for a fourth straight night.
Myanmar's Junta cut internet service and deployed troops around the country on Monday, to quell a burgeoning civil disobedience campaign demanding the return of ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi.