TL;DR as a service

Highlight the best Digital life info and share on social media

Digital life

5 things to know before you romance a robot
Twenty-first century technologies such as robots, virtual reality (VR), and artificial intelligence (AI) are creeping into every corner of our social and emotional lives - hacking how we form friendships, build intimacy, fall in love and get off.
2d ago 
from Acm
Charles Babbage and the Loom
Charles Babbage's analytical engine (see Fig. 1), which already provided for conditional branching, is regarded as the ancestor of the modern-day computer.
2d ago 
from Acm
Quantifying Uncertainty in Deep Learning
Because deep learning lacks the notion of uncertainly, it doesn't necessarily perform well when it encounters unfamiliar situations.
2d ago 
from Acm
An Artificial Neural Network Joins the Fight Against Receding Glaciers
An artificial neural network developed by University of California, Irvine (UCI) researchers can autonomously recognize and quantify the edges of glaciers in satellite images with far greater reliability than humans.
2d ago 
from Acm
Millions of Older Broadband Routers Have Security Flaws, Warn Researchers
Millions of U.K. households use old broadband routers that hackers could exploit, according to a probe conducted by consumer watchdog Which?
2d ago 
from Acm
An Uncrackable Combination of Invisible Ink, AI
Researchers have printed complexly encoded data using a carbon nanoparticle-based ink that can be read only by an artificial intelligence (AI) model when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light.
2d ago 
from Acm
IBM Unveils Two-Nanometer Chip Technology for Faster Computing
IBM has unveiled what it is calling the world's first 2-nanometer chipmaking technology, which will be smaller and faster than current leading-edge 5-nanometer processors, as well as the 3-nanometer chips that are expected to follow.
Elon Musk: Memelord or Meme Lifter?
The billionaire has been posting content creators' work without credit. Some are frustrated; others, simply puzzled.
2d ago 
from Acm
Fertility Apps Collect, Share Intimate Data Without Users' Knowledge or Permission
A study by researchers at Newcastle University in the U.K. and Sweden's Umea University found that many top-rated fertility apps collect and share personal information without the knowledge or permission of users.
How to stop getting robocalls
They're annoying. They're non-stop. Here's what you can do to stop robocalls.
ATLANTA - If you own a cell phone, it's likely you get spam calls regularly.