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“We’re still arguing over evolution; we still ride in trains and take photographs; we still have radical youth rebellions focused on free love, weird technology, and vegetarianism,” she says.Her vision of the future has differences, of course.In the face of the trash talk, Bitcoin’s price briefly shot above ,000, but has since fallen by about 0 (as it has many times before).North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un may have an impressive vocabulary (he recently called President Donald Trump a “dotard“), but his regime’s record of paying off parking tickets leaves much to be desired.President Donald Trump appears to be backing away from the idea of working with Russia to create a "cyber security unit" to guard against election hacking. intelligence officials blame for meddling in last year's election. A Democratic congressman, Adam Schiff of California, says expecting Russia to be a credible partner in any cybersecurity initiative "would be dangerously naive."By Sunday evening, Trump was tweeting a different tune.Trump tweeted Sunday morning about discussing such a unit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He wrote that just because he and Putin discussed the idea "doesn't mean I think it can happen.Share today’s Data Sheet with a friend: The toymaker wasn’t recording or saving Dreamhouse owners’ voice commands — much less combining them into a system that could learn and evolve, otherwise known as natural language processing.
Facebook said it would share more than 3,000 Russia-linked political ads with congressional committees that are investigating Moscow’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.
You may reach me via Twitter, Cryptocat, Jabber (see OTR fingerprint on my about.me), PGP encrypted email (see public key on my Keybase.io), Wickr, Signal, or however you (securely) prefer. The breach has officials worried about the security of other government computer systems. The state of Massachusetts is suing the big-three credit bureau for failing to safeguard more than 140 million people’s personal information.
Officials expect the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a federal watchdog agency created in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, also to punish the company.
Michal Lev-Ram’s latest feature detailing the digital transformation of toymaker Mattel under the reign of ex-Googler Margo Georgiadis.
The new chief is interested in collecting more voice data from its playthings, raising privacy and security concerns. When crafting a narrative about centuries to come, perhaps the best place to start is not with what will change, but what remains the same.